Chuck Loeb's musical career spans over four decades and he is proud to be known as a "renaissance man" in the music world. He is a jazz guitarist and recording artist who has composed over 250 published songs, TV show themes, and scores. Loeb is also the producer of over 30 recording artists. With the 2013 release of Life=Music, and a Grammy nomination for his composition December Dream, he is in demand as a clinician, educator, and artist. He also is a member of the premier jazz group Fourplay.
Sound has been a central focus in Loeb's musical journey, intensified greatly by the influence of Stan Getz, who gave him one of his first big breaks in music. A believer in the inclusion of all areas of music in the working knowledge and practice of music, he is a seasoned studio musician with thousands of sessions including jazz, pop, rock and roll, Broadway themes, classical, and folk music.
Loeb has played and toured with jazz greats Michael Brecker, Chico Hamilton, Hubert Laws, Freddie Hubbard, Ray Barretto, Stan Getz and many others. He has also written music for, performed on albums by, and produced recordings of Michael Franks, Gato Barbieri, Bob Dylan, Spyro Gyra, Anita Baker, Astrud Gilberto, Jon Lucien, Larry Coryell, Pat Martino, Walter Beasley, Warren Bernhardt, Jennifer Hudson, Art Garfunkel, Bill Evans, Jim Hall, Chet Baker, Grover Washington, Jr., Eddie Daniels, Gary Burton, Earl Klugh, Carly Simon, Bob James, Nelson Rangell, and numerous others.
He lives and works in both Spain and New York with his wife, singer and songwriter Carmen Cuesta, and their two daughters.