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Stacy Puckett
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Stacy Puckett was raised in a small town in southwestern Virginia. Over the last 15 years he has lived and gigged regularly from coast to coast. His music fuses strong appalachian folk and delta blues influences into a mix of contemporary folk, rock, punk and country blues.
Musically he has pursued the singer/songwriter path early, and more recently adopted and embraced the "One Man Band" as a true Americana artform unto itself.


Currently he is embracing a more 'primal' approach to music, using on the fly live recording techniques using vintage and affordable (usually free) equipment.


He is equally at home playing country, Dylan, bluegrass, delta blues or straight ahead rock, and much of his original material reflects this.


His newer recordings feature his handmade Cigar Box Guitars, homemade "stompboards" and other primitive instruments. They have become his sonic pallette of choice to help take his music where he envisions it now. "I feel the public is really over saturated with perfect music. Programmed drumbeats, looped guitar riffs, and sterile midi sequences have white washed much of today's popular music down to the point where there's no emotion left. I think people want to hear mistakes again. People want to hear genuine music again, and good songs." - Stacy Puckett



Do you play live?
Yes, mostly music festivals, but he'e been known to do the occasional club gig if the situation is right. Contact him if you're interested in bringint me to your area or venue.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
Strangely enough, I think the internet has allowed many people to hear music that's less digital, less perfect maybe, and more what they like. You can really listen to music that caters to your personal taste more than what the conglamorates force feed us.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
I'd love to. Preferably an indie Americana or folk label honestly. I don't think I'm
Nashville's style, but everywhere I've played I've gotten good response to my songs and unique style. So I hold out some hope.


When I was in my late teens/20's I was in a band that had some label interest, and got disillusioned with much of the recording industry, but I still love to play and record music.

Your influences?
John Hiatt, Tom Waits, Loudon Wainwright, Tom Petty, John Prine, Bob Dylan, Todd Snider, Victoria Williams, Lucinda Williams, Emmylou Harris, Leftover Salmon, Soul Asylum, Ryan Adams, Greg Brown, Ani DiFrianco, Nanci Griffith, Chris Isaak, R. L Burnside, Jug Fusion, Johnny Lowebow.
Favorite spot?
In the mountains.
Equipment used:
Everything is made be me other than an occasional Hollow body electric I like to play. I use whatever Cigar Box guitar I have around that I haven't sold, Cookie Tin Banjo's, homemade electric bass, a M&M can shaker, and my "Stompboard", just a flower box with a huge cookie tin and some tin lids nailed to it.
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