** This is just a short biographical summary – for the full story, check out this artist’s reviews! **

White Texas comedy folk troupe the Chuck-a-Lucks arrived at Motown’s Dallas-based country & western subsidiary Mel-o-dy Records in 1963, having been performing together for more than twelve years on the local circuit. They ended up cutting one dismal comedy single for the label before departing for Shannon in the mid-Sixties, where they gained a loyal following as “a right-wing version of the Smothers Brothers”. The lovable scamps.

Review Archive: The CHUCK-A-LUCKS (1963)

We have 2 reviews for the Chuck-a-Lucks currently available here on Motown Junkies – see our archive for more details, or click a link below:

  1. Sugar Cane Curtain
  2. Dingbat Diller

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