Chad Brock Biography, Age, Wife, Songs, WCW, Net Worth, Yes, Career

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Chad Brock Biography

Chad Brock is an American country music singer and disc jockey. Before beginning his musical career in the late 1990’s, he was a professional wrestler in World Championship Wrestling (WCW), until an injury forced him to retire.Brock also began a career in the late 2000s as a disc jockey at WQYK-FM in Tampa, Florida, where he and parody singer Cledus T. Judd co-host a morning show.

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In high school, Brock played football and was offered a post-secondary scholarship to play sports. He turned down the scholarship, however, as his experiences in the school choir had convinced him to pursue a singing career. Brock moved to Nashville, Tennessee to follow this dream, but he met with little success at first. In 1994, he signed a record deal with Warner Bros. Records, but he did not release any music for over three years.

Chad Brock Age

Brock was born July 31, 1963 in Ocala, Florida. He is currently 56 years old as of 2019.

Chad Brock WCW

Warner Brothers and WCW got together to cross-promote Brock, and he trained at World Championship Wrestling’s training facility, the WCW Power Plant. Chad wrestled for WCW from 1994 to 1996, until an injury forced him to retire. He also appeared at several WCW events in 1999, where he was briefly involved in an angle with Curt Hennig.

Chad Brock Wife

He has been married twice. Brock met his second wife in 1999 married her one month later and divorced in January 2001.

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Chad Brock Singing Career

In 1998, Brock released his debut single, “Evangeline”, which peaked at number 51 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts. That song’s follow-up, the ballad “Ordinary Life”, went on to become Brock’s first major hit, peaking at number 3 on the same chart, as well as number 39 on the Billboard Hot 100. Following that song’s success, Brock released his self-titled debut album. Its third and final single, “Lightning Does The Work”, reached number 19 in 1999.

Brock’s fourth chart single was a rewrite of Hank Williams, Jr.’s signature song “A Country Boy Can Survive”, a number 2 hit for Williams in 1981. Chad’s version, which featured Williams and George Jones, was entitled “A Country Boy Can Survive (Y2K Version)”, was re-written with lyrics pertaining to the Year 2000 problem . The song served as the first single from Brock’s 2000 album Yes!. Its second single was the title track, which went on to become Brock’s only number-one Billboard hit, as well as a number 22 hit on the Hot 100 chart. The third and last single from Yes!  peaked at number 21.

2001 saw the release of Brock’s third and final album for Warner Bros.. Entitled III, it was less successful than its predecessor. III had only one chart entry in Tell Me How, which failed to make the Top 40. Brock left Nashville in 2005 to co-host a morning show on the Tampa, Florida station WQYK-FM along with country music parodist Cledus T. Judd.

His first single in four years, Put A Redneck In The White House, was released in August 2008 on the Straight Shooter label. In February 2010, Brock left WQYK-FM to begin his new position as Director of Programming for the new cable channel The Country Network but left TCN in early 2011. On October 25, 2010 Brock announced on his social networking page his intention to run for the United States Senate in 2014.

Chad Brock Songs

  • Lightning Does the Work
  • Ordinary Life
  • Yes
  • A Country Boy Can Survive
  • The Visit
  • Evangeline
  • Going The Distance
  • You Made a lier Out of Me
  • Park The Pickup
  • Love Lives
  • I Wonder Where Love Goes
  • ’till i feel for you
  • Hey Mister
  • If it were up to me
  • Bingo Bull’s Eye
  • Tell me How
  • I’d Love to Love you
  • Population Minus One
  • Livin’ In Las Vegas
  • If I were you
  • She Does
  • This
  • The Lie
  • Unbreak My Heart
  • That Changed me
  • I Aint Cryin’
  • No One

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Chad Brock Net Worth

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