El trabajo por el que Chuck es más conocido fue ser el batería del exitoso programa de televisión “The Arsenio Hall Show”. Durante sus seis años en el programa, se presentó con la artista de Liza Minelli, Berry White, Madonna, Boyz to Men, Mariah Carey, Herbie Hancock, George Duke, Grover Washington, Quincy Jones, Chick Corea e incluso el presidente Bill Clinton. Otro de los logros impresionantes de Chuck es su Funky Reggae CD. Después de pasar varios años grabando, tocando y haciendo giras con el reggae de la banda Common Sense, Chuck se inspiró para grabar su primer CD titulado Standing On a Mountain. Chuck escribió 8 de las 11 canciones que grabó su banda “Chuck Morris & Freedom”. Combinó una mezcla de Funky reggae, afro jamaicano y un surco espiritual que deja a uno preguntándose si están en un club nocturno o en las playas de arena blanca del Caribe. De pie en una montaña, es algo que hay que escuchar. Chuck pasó varios años de gira con su banda Chuck Morris & Freedom. Después de ese período, Chuck decidió tomar un largo receso para rejuvenecerse musicalmente. Así que después de esta larga pausa, Chuck ha resurgido. Ha pasado de ser no solo un batería, sino también a un gran compositor, productor, editor de cine y empresario. El primer trabajo de Chuck después de su pausa surgió con su primera canción titulada “Good Life”. Chuck escribió y produjo la canción y la pista. También filmó, dirigió y editó el video. La nueva canción de Chuck “Good Life” es una canción de Funky, Bluesy, Jazzy, con un toque de R&B.
As a drummer, Chuck Morris has performed with artists such as Chaka Khan, Cameo, Gerald Albright, Norman Brown, Barbra Morrison and Bobby Blue Bland, to name a few. Some other achievements include Chuck’s own band, Super Slamm. This band consisted of great musicians such as Gerald Albright (sax), Brian Bromberg (bass), Ron Powell (percussion), Rob Mullins (keys), Norman Brown (guitar) and Mike Hunter, who later became the main trumpeter for Lenny Kravitz and the great Trumpeter Tony Guerrero. Some recordings in which Chuck can be heard are Stormin by Norman Brown, Dreams Come True by Gerald Albright, Le Fonqué by Bradford Marselis and several of the releases of the band Common Sense.
The work for which Chuck is best known was to be the drummer of the hit TV show “The Arsenio Hall Show”. During his six years on the show, he performed with the artist Liza Minelli, Berry White, Madonna, Boyz to Men, Mariah Carey, Herbie Hancock, George Duke, Grover Washington, Quincy Jones, Chick Corea and even President Bill Clinton. Another of Chuck’s impressive achievements is his Funky Reggae CD. After spending several years recording, playing and touring with reggae from the Common Sense band, Chuck was inspired to record his first CD titled Standing On a Mountain. Chuck wrote 8 of the 11 songs that his band “Chuck Morris & Freedom” recorded. He combined a mix of Funky reggae, Jamaican Afro and a spiritual groove that leaves one wondering if they are in a nightclub or on the white sand beaches of the Caribbean. Standing on a mountain, it’s something you have to listen to. Chuck spent several years on tour with his band Chuck Morris & Freedom. After that period, Chuck decided to take a long break to rejuvenate himself musically. So after this long pause, Chuck has resurfaced. It has gone from being not only a drummer, but also a great compostitor, producer, film editor and entrepreneur. Chuck’s first job after his break came with his first song titled “Good Life”. Chuck wrote and produced the song and track. He also filmed, directed and edited the video. Chuck’s new song “Good Life” is a song by Funky, Bluesy, Jazzy, with a touch of R & B.
Good Life debuted on The Moth FM, a radio station in the United Kingdom. The CEO of Moth FM, Dr. Glyn, was so impressed with Chuck’s song that he immediately included it in his radio show and shortly thereafter in a large rotation. It was not long before other radio stations started adding it. “Good Life” shot straight to # 1 and held that position for 2 consecutive weeks. “Good Life” is now rotating in multiple stations throughout the United Kingdom.
Chuck Morris is now working hard on several musical projects at the same time and is extremely excited about what is being developed. He is receiving great support from many of his fellow musicians to bring to fruition all the music in his head. Musicians such as Tracy Carter (Keys), Andrew Gouche ‘(Bass), Eric Walls (Guitar), Craig Thomas (Sax), Rock Deadrick (Percussion), Gordon Campbell (Drums) and L Young (Voice).