RCA then released Wicks's debut single, "Stealing Cinderella", which he co-wrote with George Teren and Rivers Rutherford.
Being a fan himself, Wicks was very excited and said that it was a big deal to him that Aldean cut one of his songs to include on his highly anticipated 5th record, which was released on October 6, the same year.[soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/202926103? secret_token=s-2Unv1" params="visual=true&auto_play=false&hide_related=true&show_comments=false&show_user=true&show_reposts=false" width="100%" height="450" iframe="true" /] It was the summer of 2008 and it was good to be Chuck Wicks.After bursting onto the country charts with his single “Stealing Cinderella” and a top 10 debut album, the singer had scored a hot slot on Brad Paisley‘s tour – and a hot date with Paisley tourmate Julianne Hough, then trying her hand at a country music career. I didn’t have a publishing deal as a writer anymore.Shortly after the song's release, University of Tennessee football coach Phillip Fulmer heard it.Fulmer said the song "hit [him] like a ton of bricks," so he contacted Wicks, arranging a private performance at his daughter Courtney's wedding.On November 10, 2009, Wicks announced that he has started to work on his second album.