Chuck Culbertson is a singer, guitarist, songwriter who performs in the central Florida area.
Playing a variety of styles, from Rock, to Jazz Noir and  Traditional Country.

He was the guitarist for one of the touring versions of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's, “The Platters.”

Studied music  at Seminole State College, and the University of Central Florida, where he studied Jazz Theory, and composed classical works for string quartet, and cello sonata.
He plays the following instruments - guitar, piano, mandolin, and harmonica.

Central Florida's  "Songwriters Showcase of America" awards
Most Comical Song (2002) - solo
And as one half of eclectic duo Troubled Children, the following awards:
Vocalist/ Vocal Group of the Year (2007)
Recording Artist of the Year (2006)
Duo of the Year  (2005)
Unique Style of the Year (2003)

Chuck has performed at these notable venues:
House of Blues (Orlando, FL), Bluebird Cafe (Nashville, Tennessee), Eddies Attic (Decatur, Georgia), Cantors (Los Angeles, Ca.), Staccato Piano Bar (Washington D.C.) Jammin’ Java (Vienna, Virginia,)
The Social (Orlando, FL), Back Booth, (Orlando, FL), Will’s Pub (Orlando, FL.)
The Crooked Bar (Hollywood, Ca.) Little Fish Huge Pond (Sanford, FL)