Chuck Garric

Chuck Garric

Chuck Garric is one of the longest standing musicians to be part of Alice's solo band. He first played bass on the 'Bare Bones' tour in 2003 and made his debut with the band May 3rd 2003 at the Summer Music Mania 2003 in the Coors Amphitheater in Chula Vista, California which was transmitted on US TV. He also performs on the 2003 album "The Eyes Of Alice Cooper" and tour, and every tour show since then, becoming a very popular member of the band. Alice has even discribed Chuck as his 'right hand man'.
Chuck also records the 'Nights With Alice Cooper' radio show for Alice while on the road.

Before joining Alice, Chuck had played with Turd (who released two records: 'Turd Up The Volume' and 'Turdville U.S.A'), LA Guns, Dio and Lynch Mob, and in 2005 toured as part of Union with Bob Kulick and John Corabi. Union also perform as The Eric Singer Project when Eric is available to play.

Chuck had his own band called "The Drüts" who have an excellent CD of original material awaiting a proper release.

Chuck's main solo project is called 'Beasto Blanco', a colaboration with guitarist Chris Latham and Calico Cooper. The band's debut album 'Live Fast, Die Loud' was released in October 2013 via RatPak records. The CD was produced by Tommy Henriksen and also featuring Calico Cooper and Glen Sobel.
In 2016 they released their second self-titled album, which included a cover of 'Feed My Frankenstein', and in 2018 they followed that with a live album 'Live from Berlin'.
Beasto Blanco also tour when time allows including shows in the US and Europe. Early shows also featured Tiffiny Lowe on keyboards and backing vocals.

Check out the official Chuck Garric site at and Wikipedia.

Chuck was the owner of Voicetraxwest, a voice recording studio in Studio City, CA.