The Library Ballroom

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First Friday Celebration with the Joey Stuckey Trio

  • The Library Ballroom 652 Mulberry St Macon, GA, 31201 United States

Come on down to The Library Ballroom for a Macon First Friday Celebration!  First Friday, April 3rd, The Library Ballroom will feature The Joey Stuckey Trio with influences of Stevie Wonder, Beatles, John Mayer and the Allman Brothers Band!

Doors open at 7:45pm. Admission is only $5.00! It's going to be a great time! 

Event is presented by Widner & Associates, Inc..Pi Tech, Inc.The Fuller Center for Housing, Macon, GAAce HardwareThe Gentry and Cotton Avenue Lofts. 

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Joey Stuckey

Joey Stuckey

Born in Green Cove Springs, Florida, Joey Stuckey is an award-winning blind guitarist, songwriter, singer, composer, producer, radio & TV personality, music columnist, educator, inspirational speaker, and sound engineer. Joey’s guitar style is reminiscent of rocker Jeff Beck and jazzer Wes Montgomery while his vocal influences range from Mel Torme to Gregg Allman—these influences have inspired an original sound that Stuckey calls “jazz infused rock with southern attitude”.
Stuckey lost his sight and sense of smell as an infant as the result of a brain tumor. Despite these limitations, he remained in mainstream education. Scholastically outstanding, Joey Stuckey graduated from high school at the age of 14. At the age of 17 he began his musical career by taking classical guitar lessons from noted music professor Terry Cantwell. Joey continued his musical education by studying with renowned jazz guitarists Stanley Jordan and Steve Crowell. Stuckey is the owner and sound engineer of a recording facility Shadow Sound Studio (www.shadowsoundstudio.com) which boasts vintage analog gear and state-of-the-art digital technology. He also owns and operates a 24-hour internet radio station, WTMT, where he promotes independent music of all genres.
Stuckey is currently active in student instruction for guitar, voice, music theory, and sound engineering and is a professor of music technology at Mercer University. No stranger to musical theater, he was the music director for Macon State College’s production of “The Rocky Horror Show” in the fall of 2002. In short, Joey Stuckey is a young man with an enormous talent, clear vision, and a tireless work ethic who is well respected by his peers, fans, and more than a few legends. click for more

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