Internationally Acclaimed American Bassist / Show Producer
Chuck Wright is best known as a member of multi-platinum Rock band Quiet Riot. He has also worked along side music icons such as Alice Cooper, Slash, Gregg Allman, Gene Simmons of Kiss, Carmine Appice, Ronnie Montrose, John Waite, and Pat Travers. Chuck Wright has toured all over the world, and has appeared on over 100 worldwide record releases, playing bass and producing albums of various styles.
He was directly involved in several film scores, most notably being the Universal Studios film release Kull the Conqueror, where he was joined by Guns N' Roses drummer Matt Sorum and the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
In 2015 Chuck Wright founded Ultimate Jam Night, a long-running live music show currently at the world famous Whisky A Go Go in Hollywood. Now a popular Sunset Strip fixture, “Ultimate Jam Night” features up to 60 pro musicians each week in a themed show that often includes internationally known artists such as Robin Zander (Cheap Trick), Dee Snider (Twisted Sister), Bruce Kulick (Kiss), Bill Ward (Black Sabbath), members of Guns-n Roses, Steven Adler, Gilby Clarke and Dizzy Reed to name a few. The event is being live streamed weekly by RYouLive – which is headed up by the team that created Spotify. He also acquired the sponsorships of major companies, including Monster Energy, Fender Guitars, DW Drums, Ampeg, CAD Audio, Xotic Effects & Guitars, and other notable companies.
He produced and organized Ultimate Jam Night, NAMM convention version held in Anaheim, CA. 1500 tickets were claimed within two days and 6000 applied for the entrance to the show. RCF Audio sponsored the concert. It was voted one of the top three events at the NAMM 2018. He coordinated major artists such as Steve Vai, Billy Sheehan, Gregg Bissonette (former members of Eat Em and Smile, David Lee Roth’s band) and other notables. He also designed and rendered the many show backdrop images as well as the event logo.
Chuck Wright also produced a large-scale record release party and live show at the Fonda Theater in Hollywood, California for Rock music recording artist Heaven and Earth in 2013. Chuck Wright single handedly coordinated and organized the entire show as well as the after-show party, scripted the host and Emcee, and did the post production including video editing and press releases.
Wright still tours the world with Quiet Riot, remains an in-demand session player, and performs live with his Los Angeles based eclectic local group Acoustic Saints. He is endorsed by Ampeg, Godin Guitars, CAD Microphones, D’Adarrio Strings and Sick Boy Motorcycles.