Chuck Loeb (born 7 Dec.1955 in Nyack, New York) is a guitarist who performs numerous styles of music, most notably jazz. His own solo projects have generally been commercially successful crossover jazz, such as "contemporary" or "smooth" jazz.
Loeb played in Stan Getz's group from 1979 for two years. In 1994 Loeb and fellow member of Stan Getz, Mitchel Forman formed the Jazz-Fusion band Metro.
His first solo album, called My Shining Hour, was released for Pony Canyon Records in Japan (1989). Later he produced some CDs for DMP and switched to Shanachie in 1996; Moon, the Stars, & the Setting Sun was issued in 1998; Listen followed in 1999, In A Heartbeat in early 2001 and All There Is in 2002. Loeb has recently toured Spain with fellow band members drummer Josh Dion, bassist Brian Killeen and Matt King on keyboards.
As of 2010, he plays guitar for Fourplay as the replacement of Larry Carlton.