Saturday, September 6, 2014

Madame Perry's Salon - She loves MIXTURE!

Back in August 2014 Joey was interviewed for the blog "Madame Perry's Salon". It is QUITE an extensive interview, but well worth the time as it is very well written.

Finally, my last album Mixturewhich is my first full jazz release, charted at number nine on the CMJ top 40 Jazz charts for North America and got a lot of great reviews in fusion magazines across the globe.

My friend and co-writer on the project, Tom Rule - who performed piano/keys on the album and is a long time band member in the Joey Stuckey band - was a big reason this record was so successful and I can't thank him enough. We also had two masters of percussion on the record, Marcus Reddick and another long time Joey Stuckey band member and ARC recording artist Miguel Castro. Again, the record wouldn't be the same without them. 

From the CD release party

Click here to read the interview.

Click here to view MIXTURE videos.

Click here to get your own copy of MIXTURE.

Friday, July 4, 2014

MIXTURE remastered - special 2014 edition tunes!

MIXTURE - Joey Stuckey and Tom Rule 
Hard to believe it's been TWO YEARS since MIXTURE was released at a phenomenal CD release party. The album actually hit the charts - reached as high at #9 on the CMJ Jazz charts, which was really cool.

Joey just released a Special 2014 Remastered Edition of a couple of tracks from MIXTURE - they are both available over on the iTunes store:



Friday, August 30, 2013

Give Five, from MIXTURE - live performance at the 2013 Cherry Blossom Festival

From the live performance given at the 2013 Cherry Blossom Festival Jazz concert in Macon, GA - in the Cox Capitol Theatre.  

Thanks to Untuxable for the video!


Saturday, August 17, 2013

Too Pooped to Bop - live performance at the 2013 Cherry Blossom Festival

A live performance of a track from Joey Stuckey's jazz album MIXTURE, which hit #9 on the CMJ Jazz charts earlier in 2013.  

There's more about MIXTURE over at, including links and stories and videos.


Saturday, August 10, 2013

Thursday, February 7, 2013

A funky review for MIXTURE

Jordan Richardson from Something Else Reviews had a few comments about MIXTURE - and even mentioned Pam Rule's contribution!
Mixture, then, is the culmination of all of the above accomplishments. It is, like Stuckey’s impressive bio, diverse, colourful and a little busy at times.
This made me laugh. A LITTLE busy? Have they ever seen Joey work?
Some tracks employ other players, like Tom Rule (keyboards and drum programming) and Miguel Castro (percussion), to better effect. The call-and-response delight of “Too Pooped to Bop” draws a bigger picture, with Stuckey walking the line with some enjoyable fretwork. Rule’s input adds to the jam.
By the way, "Too Pooped to Bop" is a deliberate oxymoron. Now you know!
The fireworks of album-opener “We’ll See,” with Stuckey shooting off blast-like riffs and careening through a dominant solo, is similarly boosted by the grooves of Rule and Castro. Pam Rule’s vocals take things back in time.
So Joey is shooting and careening, Tom and Miguel are groovy, and Pam Rule is a time traveler. I never knew the album was this epic!

Included are some of the YouTube videos we posted during the album's creation process. 

The original review is over at
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Where can we see more videos?