Chuck Sheridan, 23, first learned how to play guitar on the beach with his father under a full Mexican moon. Born in Phoenix, Sheridan moved to southern Oregon in 2000. Sheridan's father was the guitarist and songwriter for Arsinal, an Arizona-based band in the late 80's, and taught his son how to play guitar. With roots in bands like Pink Floyd, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Black Sabbath and Iron Maiden, Sheridan emerged with an indie rock sound and a variety of styles. Sheridan's first album "Racing Hearts" was released 2009. This collection of songs has been in the works for some time-a few tracks were even written at age 12. Sheridan has mixed these raw recordings, along with his own instrumentation and newly recorded songs to create an eight track reflection 11 years in the making.
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