As a student of music for over 35 years, Chuck Loeb is proud to be known as a Renaissance man in the music world. He is a #1 jazz guitarist and recording artist, a composer of over 200 published songs, network television show themes and scores, a producer of over 30 world-renowned recording artists, and an in-demand clinician and educator. With the February 2005 release of When Iím With You, Loeb has attained the much sought after position in the jazz world as one with his own recognizable sound.
Sound has been a central focus in Loebís musical journey, intensified greatly by the influence of Stan Getz, who gave Loeb one of his first big breaks in the world of music. Also a seasoned studio musician with thousands of sessions under his belt, ranging from jazz to pop, rock and roll to Broadway, classical to folk music, Loeb firmly believes in the inclusion of all areas of music in the working knowledge and practice of the twenty-first century musician.
Loeb has played and toured with jazz greats Chico Hamilton, Hubert Laws, Ray Barretto, and Stan Getz. He has also written music for, performed on albums by, and produced recordings for Jon Lucien, Nelson Rangell, Larry Coryell, George Garzone, Warren Bernhardt, Sergio Salvatore, Eddie Daniels, Gary Burton, Michael Franks, Earl Klugh, Carly Simon, Bob James, Special EFX, and Michel Camilo, among others.
Loeb lives and works in a suburb of New York City with his wife singer/songwriter Carmen Cuesta, their two daughters, and their dog.