Chuck Prophet is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist, born June 28, 1963. He first gained notice in the American rock group Green on Red in the 1980s. With a passion for intelligent and experimental pop music, Chuck has also released solo records that showcase his affinity for British Invasion groups. His songwriting skills have been recognized by artists such as Solomon Burke, Heart, Kim Carnes, Peter Wolf, Kim Richey and Kelly Willis who have covered his compositions. Chuck often collaborates with his wife Stephanie Finch who is a talented singer, keyboardist and guitarist.
Chuck Prophet's musical journey began with Green on Red where he toured and recorded during the 1980s. However, it was through his solo records that he truly showcased his love for intelligent and experimental pop music reminiscent of British Invasion groups.
As a songwriter, Chuck Prophet's talent has been acknowledged by renowned artists such as Solomon Burke, Heart, Kim Carnes, Peter Wolf, Kim Richey and Kelly Willis who have all covered his compositions. In addition to writing hits for others like Cyndi Thomson's top-40 country hit "I'm Gone," Chuck has also collaborated with Memphis producer Jim Dickinson on tracks like "Hungry Town."