In 1968, he and Elkin "Bubba" Fowler scored a psychedelic rock hit with "Naturally Stoned" as The Avant-Garde (their other songs, "Yellow Beads" in 1967 and "Fly With Me!
" in 1968, did not do near as well), and around this point Chuck sang the titular jingle in this commercial for Fab laundry detergent.
He also starred in GSN's 2003 documentary-reality series Chuck Woolery: Naturally Stoned, whose debut show mainly involved him relearning "Naturally Stoned" for a concert performance.I was that strong about it, and I still feel that strong about it.These things are extremely difficult to come up with, game shows are very difficult to come up with.He formed a pop band named The Avant Garde, and in 1968 had a hit song called which reached #40 on the Billboard charts. Woolery appeared on several TV music and talent shows, and it wasn't long before his talent for capturing an audience was discovered.
It wasn't his music, however, that made him stand out.
He, like Sajak, is a dominant Republican and conservative, and donates mainly to Republican and conservative causes; in fact, he was seen at the 2012 Republican National Convention and the 2012 Conservative Political Action Conference, and even mentioned meeting John Wayne.