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Live in Concert

Chuck Negron

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Chuck Negron Live -Is Finally here

The Original singer for three Dog Night---had such great hits like Mama Told me not to Cme, Joy to the World, Shamabala, and my personal favorite, The Show Must Go On. This live album delivers the punch and unique sound of Chuck Negron's vocals. He was featured in Behind the Music and his story is amazing. Glad to see this album and with most of the classics featured here. I highly recommend checking out this great set of tunes--you won't be disappointed. Chuck is one of the featured artists touring in 2014 with the Happy together tour with Mark Farner. rock on Chuck Negron!!!! Thank you for the Music!!!!

Biography

Born: June 8, 1942 in Buffalo, NY

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Vocalist Chuck Negron grew up in the Bronx in the 1950s, pursuing his talents in basketball — for which he was recruited by colleges nationwide — and singing, which he explored with his doo wop group the Rondells. After playing basketball for Santa Maria, CA's Hancock College and California State University in Los Angeles, Negron was ready to pursue his musical career. He remained in Los Angeles, eventually connecting with fellow singers Cory Wells and Danny Hutton and forming Three Dog...
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  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jun 07, 2005

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