Though Chuck Wicks began taking the country format by storm with his hit debut single, "Stealing Cinderella," Wicks spent several years paying his dues by parking cars and writing songs. He developed his craft, apprenticing with some of the top songwriters on Music Row.
Growing up on his family's farm in
Perseverance paid off and Wicks landed a deal with RCA Records and began working on his album with producers Monty Powell and Dann Huff.
It may have taken a few years to get to this point, but Wicks wouldn't change a thing. "I'm a much better artist now," he says. "I wasn't ready before and now I am. I'm glad I parked cars for five years. It makes me appreciate everything that I've had to work for to get to this point."