TV host and Christian singer-songwriter Chuckie Perez has signed a new management agreement with McLaughlin Music Group International. The multi-potentate announces that the company will handle all management for him and his "The Chuckie Perez Show," as well as handle all radio promotion and publicity for his music.
Currently, "The Chuckie Perez Show" airs on among others, JUCE TV, TBN Salsa, TBN Africa, Uplift TV, Brio TV, and Parable TV.
"I've seen what Jeff [McLaughlin] has accomplished with other artists over the years in representing their music and ministry," Perez says, "and I'm excited to be a part of an innovative company and look forward to working together."
As a recording artist, Perez has shared the stage with acts such as legendary Christian bands Newsboys and DC Talk, beginning his music career in the 1990s, and recording music for several different labels, including Maranatha/Benson, Diadem/Provident, and Essential/Provident. He has performed for crowds of over 250,000 people, played at numerous international music festivals, and has toured throughout hundreds of cities and 44 states, as well as abroad in Israel, Italy, and the United Kingdom.
Credited with creating genre-defying music, Perez has broken down barriers between people and impacted cultures with gospel messages. Two of his most recognizable songs include, "Do You Have a Problem With That," and "I Love Your Ways," and Perez's music has also been featured in daytime soap operas "One Life to Live," and "All My Children," as well as in the Disney Channel film "How To Build a Better Boy."
"My mission is to bring hope and laughter to families around the world," Perez says. "My mission with my music is still the same: to move and inspire the listener."
In addition to his TV and music career, Perez has also served as the lead pastor at iBelieve Church in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., and recently joined the pastoral staff as pastor of new development and church growth at Loveland Church in Fontana, Calif., with his good friend and Loveland Church senior pastor Chuck Singleton.