Chuck Maultsby

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Chuck Maultsby
Residing In: 2 miles N.E. of Arivaca, AZ USA
Spouse/Partner: Stacy Hatton, RN
Homepage: View Website
Occupation: band leader/leather craftsman/Chuck's Clucks Ranch
Children: Chuck E. (BMX CHAMP) born 1981, Stevie (Professional Cage Fighter) born 1985
Military Service: L. A. Dodgers  
Yes! Attending Reunion

Does anyone remember anything between 1966 and 1986...? Fill me in will ya...

School Story:

It's all fuzzy after discovering pot (thanks Bill Lackey & Gary Love) in '65...I think I recall gettin up in the dark, two hours after I went to bed, to get to school by 6:00 AM ...naw, that was just a nightmare.... I think I recall Mr. Hatcher throwing me out of his class the first day of school (Sr. Year) for sportin' long hair (got kicked out of other classes too)... I can still see my "personal desk" in Mr. Kemmeries detention tank where I spent alot of time getting to know him and his secretary Mrs. Burkett. You'd meet the funnest guys in detention!... I can still taste those cherry turnovers while sitting in the cafeteria listening to "You Really Got Me" over and over on the jukebox... Remember Panny Campbell always wearing tennis shoes and driving a jeep? (was she gay?)... I remember playing at an after game dance in the girls gym our freshman year and splitting up $35 between 5 guys and thinking I'd hit easy street! Getting $7 for two hours of playing sure beat the buck an hour I made on weekends at Payless Nursery...I remember buying beer "through older guys" like Charles Schmidt in the parking lot of The Monterey Ice Rink/Teen Club and drinking it at the Midway Drive In and then "drag racing" on Speedway in a '50 Dodge ("straight 6" purchased at Mack McGinnis'), never beat anybody though... I recall ditching alot and going to Sabino Canyon where "everybody" was, or Mt Lemmon after a snow ...Now remembering the stench of my P.E. shirt & shorts after weeks or months of non-laundering...Didn't like "The Grinder" at all... Sure did enjoy welding and wood shop (Mr. McBride was it?)...Mr Silverburg (no, not b-E-r-g) sure made learning interesting... Mr Liveratos was very entertaining (was he gay?)... I sure remember the 40th Reunion!! What a hoot! My classmates did me proud! The dance Saturday night was more like an Animal House frat party! I saw no evidence whatsoever that the class of '68 slowed down one bit! In fact, they are more dangerous than ever! ...Say, where is the 50th Reunion gonna be and how much will you charge me to play? And another thing..... I've played at dozens of reunions ... and no reunion even comes within a lightyear of the PV 40th...except the PV 30th.... Hell! I played the Catalina 40th at the Tucson Raquet Club... we packed up early because everybody was so D-E-A-D- we figured they wouldn't notice us leave, and they didn't!.... We're playing the PV '69 Reunion in Oct, I'll file a report....

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Yep.... I do a little surfing myself... here's a tasty wave I caught during the monsoon season on the Santa Cruz river near Green Valley.....

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Posted: Mar 10, 2014 at 12:00 AM
"THE RENEGADES" 1966 ....L to R is: Bob Godwin '68 on drums, Me in madras jacket, Jeff Estes '69 on bass, Frank Culin '67 on guitar, Fred Porter '69 on guitar, and Larry Epstein '69 on keyboards ...all PVHS guys
Posted: Mar 10, 2014 at 12:00 AM
1999... This photo appeared in some hardbound book about Tucson popular culture.. I forget what book and I never knew Tucson had any culture!
Posted: Mar 10, 2014 at 12:00 AM
1999 A 60 pound yellow tail caught about 100 miles west of Cabo...I brag when I mention that this fish was one of many!.... I was perusing a flyer, one day in 1999, describing 10-day-long-range fishing trips outta San Diego costing two thousand dollars when the phone rang. A Nashville musicbiz lawyer asked how much I wanted for the rights to the name CHUCK WAGON AND THE WHEELS. I said: two thousand dollars!! The check came in the mail and I went fishing!! I could not believe anyone would actually pay for the rights to such a silly name....I have other silly names if anyone is interested...
Posted: Mar 10, 2014 at 12:00 AM
"The Floating Opera" 1967 That's PVHS Bar Dip record holder Farrell Wymore on guitar in the far back left side......bandmember Bill Lackey, a '68 Titan, not in picture...
Posted: Mar 10, 2014 at 12:00 AM
"Chuck Wagon and the Wheels" on T.V. 1994 ...PVHS grads Jay Quiros (class of '70) on guitar and Neil Harry (class of '69) on the pedal steel guitar...
Posted: Mar 10, 2014 at 12:00 AM
"BUTTERSCOTCH" 1968 .. Titan Fred Porter, Titan Walt Hicks ....and do you remember Tom Walker formerly of "DEARLY BELOVED"....
Posted: Mar 10, 2014 at 12:00 AM
My Dad was a USAF "THUNDERBIRD".... so I was a "THUNDERBOY" (third from right)....At the time I thought everybody's Dad was a Thunderbird at one time or another... And Dad was the U-2 pilot that "strayed" into Russian airspace during the Cuban Missle Crisis...A little secret: he didn't "stray", his mission was to hover above Siberia and watch for ICBMs lighting up... Titans were U.S. ICBMs so the "Ruskies" had Tucson targeted "high value" ...
Posted: Mar 10, 2014 at 12:00 AM
The CIRCLE STAR THEATRE (a 5,000 seater in the round that moved) Redwood City Ca., 1980 ...How odd it was to perform for people who kept moving to your left...
Posted: Mar 10, 2014 at 12:00 AM
I beat the draft (partly by taking 11 semesters to graduate from P.V. and then going directly to the U Of A) and had big problems with that goddamm war...but I have no problem with the vets and help out whenever possible... When the results of my ACT/SAT (whatever) score came back, Mr Kemmeries called me into his office and wanted to know how I cheated! Seems they couldn't believe that such a total screw-up, flunky, neer-do-well could score so high, waltz right into the U of A and not even have to take any "X" classes....After one successful semester at the U of A, I got a high lottery number (214), so I dropped out and started rockin 'n rollin full time!! I also burnt half of my draft card and sent the remaining half (with my info on it) to Richard Nixon via The Whitehouse, fully expecting the "feds" to come get me... but so many guys were doing the same thing that they didn't have the manpower to round us all up...
Posted: Mar 10, 2014 at 12:00 AM
I used this childhood photo as the cover for a cd released in 2007....