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Chuck Martin is an award winning singer/songwriter who currently performs solo or with his Genius Boy Band. Chuck is a voting member of The GRAMMYS, a preternatural entertainer, and plays and writes in nearly all genres of American music, including rock, R&B, county, show tunes, and blue-eyed soul. Also a scientific genius, Chuck is a Distinguished Professor at The University of Florida, called by Reuters one of the most influential chemists of the 21st Century. Chuck combines his passions for art and education through videos that teach science in amusing and musical ways. Watch them at his ChuckMartinGeniusBoy YouTube channel. Martin personifies the term renaissance man.
Chuck has recorded and produced five studio albums and numerous EPs. His latest is a solo effort called 'Genius Boy Music (2104).' He recorded two albums with his psychedelic rock band, The Righteous Kind - 'Wild Hibiscus' (2011) and 'Some Are of Love' (2008).
Prior to that Martin recorded and produced two albums with dblWiDE, a rockabilly band of mythological stature greater than the Florida skunk ape - 'Casa del Fuego' (2006) and 'House on Fire' (2004). dblWiDE has played for crowds of 30,000 and shared the stage with Bo Diddley, Hank Willaims III, David Allen Coe, Southern Culture on the Skids, and The Red Elvises. In dblWiDE Chuck is known as The Colonel, a tribute to his membership in the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels. Martin's many thousands of freshman chemistry students also call him The Colonel.
Chuck Martin took voice lessons from Elizabeth Elliott, Director, Opera Ft. Collins and sang in their productions of Carman and Don Giovanni. His songs have been featured in numerous indie films, including his monster hit, 'Zombies in my car.' Chuck relentlessly promotes his music and is a hardworking and motivated songwriter.