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Erik Stucky

Growing up in the rugged mountains of western Colorado, Erik Stucky picked up his first mandolin at the age of 8. Following the release of his debut album Stray Clouds in 2017, Stucky packed up his instruments and a single suitcase and pointed his pickup for Nashville. 


Influenced heavily by New Grass Revival and Lyle Lovett, the Americana artist proved his  ability to cross genres from Country, to Soul, to Jazz, all the while maintaining an unmistakable writing style and voice with his sophomore album, Good Vibrations (2021). Performing on the mandolin and guitar, Stucky combines his passion for lyric writing, folk instrumentation, and big band arrangements. 


The mandolin player known for his easy listening voice and lyrics (think Jack Johnson or Jason Mraz) has held stages across the United States and Europe and been featured on Today in NashvilleRFD-TVNashville Entertainment WeeklyThe Cowboy ChannelThe Bluegrass Situationand many other media outlets. His music has been also praised by Roots Music ReportM Music & Musicians Magazine, and CMA, AMA, and ACM award-winner Crystal Gayle

When he’s not writing or playing music, Stucky enjoys exploring the outdoors, reading, practicing martial arts, hunting, and eating great food. 


“His voice is distinctive, and his songwriting offers a nice storytelling flair”

 -- Roots Music Report

“From the first beat of the drums to the last-breath horn drop of the sassy brass section, Stucky’s hypnotically happy track  ‘Good Vibrations’ will have you energized body, swimsuit and soul. It’s a catchy, radio-ready, calypso-infused cocktail of joy—a strong contender for one of this year’s summer anthems. Thoroughly baptized with contagious horn phrases, cool-breeze island grooves, and lyrics reminiscent of falling in love your first day at the beach, ‘Good Vibrations’ is a feel-good song—if ever there was one.”

-- M Music & Musicians Magazine

“I love Erik’s music! His song ‘Good Vibrations’ makes me want to dance. Great music from a great new artist.”

 -- Crystal Gayle, Grammy, CMA, AMA, and ACM award-winning country singer

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