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Chad Brock

Brock signed to Warner Bros. Records' Nashville division in the late 1990s, releasing three studio albums — 1998's Chad Brock, 2000's Yes!, and 2001's III — for WB. Those albums, overall, produced seven singles on the Billboard country music charts, including the number-one hit "Yes!" and the Top Five "Ordinary Life". Brock parted company with Warner Bros. in 2002, and signed to Broken Bow Records a year later; although he released five singles for them (of which four charted), his album for Broken Bow was not released, and he left that label as well.

Brock also began a career in the late 2000s as a disc jockey at WQYK-FM in Tampa, Florida, where he and parody singer Cledus T. Judd co-host a morning show.

Chad Brock was born July 31, 1963 in Ocala, Florida.
To supplement the money he made in Nashville, Brock decided to pursue a second career in professional wrestling. He trained at World Championship Wrestling's training facility, the WCW Power Plant. He wrestled for WCW from 1994 until 1996. He also appeared at several WCW events in 1999, where he was briefly involved in an angle with Curt Hennig.
Brock left Nashville in 2005 to co-host a morning show on the Tampa, Florida station WQYK-FM along with country music parodist Cledus T. Judd.




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