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All Things Music with Joey Stuckey!

Hi Joey! Thank you for speaking with me today! Glad to be with you!

What have you been working on lately? Well, I have been working on some new T-shirts featuring my avatar, Blink, who is a blind stick figure with a guitar, sunglasses and cane. These shirts are silly and a lot of fun for fans and while I can’t take credit for drawing them, they are my idea for good merch that works with my brand and as Blink is a stick figure, they aren’t super expensive to produce making me and the fans happy LOL. Here's a link to check them out Joey Stuckey - Other Cool Stuff. I am also putting the final touches on my next album that will be out this year, most likely mid-September. The album is called “One Song At A Time” and it has been a little slow in coming out because of 2 factors. First, I have some songs that I co-wrote with my dear friend Charlie Hoskyns from the UK. Sadly, Charlie passed in 2017 and a few of the songs we recorded I don’t have the multi-tracks for so I am working hard to make our original demos as polished as I can! These songs are just a small fraction of the music on this record, but they mean a lot to me and I know music fans will love them like I do, so I just felt like it was time to share them.

How would you describe your work to someone at a dinner party that’s never heard it? Progressive Americana—a genre I totally made up, but it works LOL. Basically, it is eclectic and the Americana genre is a broad umbrella. I call it progressive as it has a lot of styles mixed together. it is rock based with lots of blues, a little country and some jazz influences.

What is your dream project? I have a lot of dream collaborations and a few of them I have actually accomplished, like working with my friends Randal Bramblett and Al Chez, but would love to do something with Tony Levin and James Carter, just to name a few!!! I just love doing music either as a recording artist, session musician, recording engineer or producer! So, if you got a project, I am ready LOL!

What are you most proud of to date? Oh, so much to be grateful for, like getting a chance to be recorded on the Edison Wax Cylinder— And getting to learn from and become friends with Alan Parsons, and charting on the CMJ top 40 jazz charts at number 9 back in 2013 with my “Mixture” album, but the thing I most value is being there for other artists just starting their journey. I love being able to make their first experience in the music biz a great one!

What keeps you making music? I am not complete without it! It is a natural extension of my spirit!

Please let everyone know where they can keep up with you and your music! Website Studio YouTube Twitter IG FB Newsletter Bandsintown Merch Fan Zone Spotify for JS3 iTunes for JS3 Sun Sessions

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