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Chuck Simms Home Page  

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Chuck Simms 
Chuck plays a variety of instruments. Although his favorite is the guitar, Chuck enjoys playing  the mandolin, banjo, 
mouth organ and most recently the accordion. He has 14 tapes and 6 CD's to his credit. Most recently, Chuck has completed a session with Mr. Paul Evans of Ambassador Records entitled "Classic Country". This new recording is available on CD/cassette and was released on March 2nd, 2002. He has completed work on a Newfoundland /Irish release with Mr. Roy Payne which was released at the beginning of the summer 2002.

  When Chuck sings he leaves the fans wanting more. 
Don't miss this great talent.

General Delivery
  York Post Office
  York, PEI
  C0A 1P0 
e-mail: chucksimms@hotmail.com

Chuck Simms was born in Grand Bank, Nfld., a beautiful small town on the Burin Peninsula. From an early age Chuck loved to sing. His father would play the accordion and he would sing along with his mother. 

Chuck left the Island at an early age and worked with the coast guard  in St. John, New Brunswick for four years where he met Camile LeBlanc of the Bunkhouse Boys, a well known musical group.  Camile taught Chuck to play the guitar and from then on music was his first love. He left New Brunswick and moved on to Toronto, playing his music wherever he went. He worked at a few different jobs but always came back to music.

Chuck's unique voice, his special talent of writing  his own songs, combined with his pleasing personality have made him a favorite with his many fans. His music is a variety of Irish, Newfoundland and Country. He has traveled  across Canada from Newfoundland to Vancouver Island and as far north as Yukon with his music. His music is also played in Europe and is currently on the top of the charts in Australia, although he has never traveled to Europe.

In May of 2000, Chuck and his wife Ellen moved back to Newfoundland where he makes his home by the salt water. He spends several months of the year in Ontario performing at the many festivals and flea markets. He is a member of the CCMR, and performs on the main stage at their reunion which is held in Trenton, Ontario on the long weekend in August.

CD's: Gospel "Amazing Grace", Chuck Simms "Old and New", "You Say the Nicest Things", and "A Mother's Love is a Blessing", "Country Classics" and a brand new release April 2003 - "Old and New Volume Two"..

Tapes: Gospel  :Amazing Grace, Chuck Simms and Friends, Chuck Simms & Eddy Coffee -  "Tribute to Newfoundland", Chuck Simms -  "I Am An Island", Chuck Simms -  "Home Ties" Chuck Simms & Don McLean - "Port and Starboard", Chuck Simms -  "Joy to the World",  Chuck Simms - "You Say the Nicest Things", "Chuck Simms Sings", Chuck Simms - 
"The Lights of Grand Bank", Chuck Simms -  "More Than Yesterday", Chuck Simms -  "Tribute to Newfoundland" featuring "Belle Island Boy".

Chuck Simms
Chuck Simms was a featured artist on  the main stage at the Classic Country Music Reunion August 4th, 2002. 
Chuck has entertained from coast to coast as well as the United States. Chuck often works with his good friend, Al Penny, who along with his squeeze box, gives Chuck  that true Newfoundland sound. Chuck  had recorded a song  "Before The Next Teardrop Falls" on his "Country Classics" album for fans to enjoy. Amazing Vocals!
Chuck will be on the  Sunday morning Gospel show at the C.C.M.R. 2003.

Here is a sound byte from Chucks C.D. "Country Classics"
 "Before The Next Teardrop Falls"

Coming Soon to Your Area

Another Picture Of Chuck Simms
Chuck looks forward to seeing you at his next event. 

Follow That Dream

New Release

Old & New Volume Two
Chuck  has just completed a brand new recording "Old and New Volume Two". This new project is available on CD only. "Old and New Volume Two" features 12 of Chuck's most requested songs. His amazing vocals, along with the pleasant sounds of the accordion,  make this new album a must have! 


Chuck & Ellen On the Road Together
Chuck & his wife Ellen, will be traveling together in their new trailer this year to several different music events in southern Ontario. Please look for him,  coming soon, to your area this summer.

This picture is on the tray liner of the New CD Old & New volume 2. 


Old & New Volume Two - Song Titles

1. Veil Of White Lace
  2. In The Jail House Now
  3. Sweet Baby Mine
  4. Cottage By The Sea
  5. Why Don't We Listen To Our Children
  6. Hall Of Fame For Mamas
  7. When the Shiny Silver Eagle Meets The Great Speckled Bird
 8. Little Boats Of Newfoundland
 9. I Just Told Mama Goodbye
10. Working Man
11. Ellen's Waltz
12. Kelly's Mountain
13. One Stormy Night
14. When Daddy Played Over The Waves

For CD’s & bookings contact: Chuck Simms
General Delivery, York Post Office
  York, PEI  C0A 1P0 • chucksimms@hotmail.com
Recording & Custom Graphics by: Ambassador Records
185 Oshawa Blvd. S., Oshawa, ON L1H 5R6 • (905) 579-7476 • www.ambrec.com
Musicians: Tom Mark - Dobro, Lead Guitar • Paul Evans - Steel Guitar
Accordion, Harmonica, Rhythm Section, Lead Vocals - Chuck Simms

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