Reintroducing Chuck Mosley: Life On and Off the Road (Paperback)
One hundred sixty shows, two rushed recording sessions, a reunion with an old band, and a Hail Mary shot at a comeback represent the tip of the iceberg of my twenty-year journey with Chuck Mosley.
Chuck (Faith No More, Bad Brains, Cement) toured the globe as a vocalist, appeared on magazine covers, rubbed elbows with idols, and, through it all, he remained 100% convinced he didn't deserve your praise. Yet, he desired acceptance more than almost anything else.
A self-proclaimed "junkie and a liar," Chuck shot himself in the foot over and over by shooting up elsewhere on his body. Meanwhile, I stumbled and fumbled and pushed and pulled and scraped and cried and begged and borrowed to earn him extra chances to prove himself. We loaded a van with a guitar, a conga, and an unfinished legacy hoping to reintroduce the world to Chuck Mosley.
Jonathan Davis of Korn: "I was blown away by his voice. So original. Chuck has a great style that you can tell it's him as soon as he starts singing. I'm a big fan and I was honored when he asked me to appear on his new stuff."
DMC of RUN-DMC: "Some of Chuck's and Faith No More's songs sound like we all come from the same family He tore shit up "
Matt Wallace, producer (Faith No More, Maroon 5, The Replacements): "I was always a fan of his ... He wore his heart on his sleeve ... I thought he was pretty fearless to sing about some of the things he sang about."