039 – American Professional: Chuck Lindo

July 30, 2011 | By | Add a Comment

Chuck Lindo‘s current projects include The American Professionals, and the indie rock band Actionslacks. Chuck hails from the St. Louis punk band The Nukes, the surf-inspired Jumbo Shrimp (featuring Dead Kennedy’s East Bay Ray and Klaus Flouride), and alt rock band Dryspell. In 2007, Chuck founded music house Jingle This with partner John Schulte. They specialize in composing contemporary music for advertising while keeping one foot firmly in the past, fighting to keep the idea of the old fashioned jingle alive. Josh Almond interviews Chuck about his past, his current projects, his business, and all things in between. When not performing, writing, recording, or touring, Chuck enjoys staring at the wall and thinking of nothing.

The American Professionals (left to right) – Mike Corcoran (Guitar), Chuck Lindo (Guitar, Vocals), Steve Moriarty (Drums), Cheryl Hendrickson (Bass)

Credits: “MLR Intro” by “Rob McCann, ” The American Professionals Theme – Stax”, by “The American Professionals“, “Space Between” by “The American Professionals“, “Shades of Grey” by “The Nukes“, “Honest Engine” by “Dryspell“, “Us, Weakly” by “Actionslacks“, “The American Professionals Theme” by “The American Professionals“, “The Specialist” by “The American Professionals“, “The American Professionals Theme – Sunset” by “The American Professionals
The Nukes featuring Chuck Lindo on Bass

American Professional’s / Jingle This Commercial

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About the Producer ()

Josh Almond – Producer. An artist and musician out of San Francisco. He has played electric bass for over 20 years in bands such as Obscurity, Without Warning, Random Eye, and Left Out Lamont – and lead guitar in Gunpowder. He has also done quite a bit of unreleased solo recording as well. The eldest son of two local visual artists, he has also continued on that path having done over 400 abstract paintings over the last ten years.

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