Chuck Girard is a pioneer of Contemporary Christian music. He moved to Santa Rosa, California in his young teens and was a member of the Castells and later the surf-rock band The Hondells. In 1970 he was a founding member of Love Song, the first Christian rock band to become popular in the United States.In 1975, Girard became a solo artist after leaving Love Song. He wrote and performed the songs "Sometimes Alleluia" and "Rock 'N' Roll Preacher"; both were featured on his debut album Chuck Girard. It also featured the band Ambrosia prominently throughout. Girard in turn was featured on Ambrosia's albums Ambrosia and Somewhere I've Never Travelled, though the albums' credits do not indicate which tracks he contributed to or in what capacity.
|Born||August 27, 1943|
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Genres||Vocal quartet, surf rock, Jesus music, contemporary Christian, worship music|
|Labels||Good News, Seven Thunders|
As a co-founder of Love Song, the first successful Christian rock band, he rocketed to popularity.
His daughter is musician Alisa Childers, who became a member of Zoegirl.
When he was a teenager, he relocated from Los Angeles to Santa Rosa.
As a solo artist, he performed the hit songs "Sometimes Alleluia" and "Rock 'N' Roll Preacher."
A Christian singer who followed in Girard's footsteps is Jon Foreman of Switchfoot.
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● Chuck Girard was born on August 27, 1943 (age 79) in California, United States ● He is a celebrity rock singer
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