Jeff Stice & His Legendary Friends

Jeff Stice & His Legendary Friends

About Jeff Stice

Jeff Stice, affectionately known as “Mr. Piano Man” is having an incredible musical journey and has reached pinnacles of great success in The Gospel Music World.

After Jeff graduated from high school he went on to major in Piano Performance at Western Kentucky University. Shortly after, Jeff was offered a job with The Blackwood Brothers playing piano for them for four years. He then moved on to be the piano player for The Rex Nelon Singers. While there, he received The Favorite Young Artist Award by The Singing News Magazine. It was during this time that Jeff began to develop the art of communicating through his music. Featured on different solos each night, he would always seem to connect with the audience. To this day, Jeff credits Rex as one of his primary teachers and mentors.

In 1990 he helped form Perfect Heart. It was during his time there that he received his first Musician of the Year Award from The Singing News Magazine. As a member of Perfect Heart, Jeff began to venture on his own from time to time doing solo concerts, where he would play dramatic standards of Gospel and Classical Music as well as hand clapping Southern Gospel favorites. His impressions of Ray Charles, Floyd Cramer, Roger Williams and Liberace, to this day, are audience favorites. In 2002, he was offered an opportunity from Louise Mandrell to put together a quartet for her theatre in Pigeon Forge, TN. Because of this, he helped form The Triumphant Quartet where he played for, arranged and produced their music for 12 years. Jeff also played in Louise’s orchestra on several occasions. During this twelve year span, Jeff was honored to receive a number of awards and recognitions.

He was voted Musician of the Year in 2007 by the Southern Gospel Music Guild. He received The Favorite Musician of the Year award in 2009 and 2012 at The Southern Gospel Fanfare. In 2007, he was voted into The Edmonson County Music Hall of Fame in Brownsville, Kentucky. In 2010 and 2011 he received Grammy and Dove Award nominations for the album Love Came Calling, which he co-produced with Wayne Haun. He produced and arranged the album Songs From the Heart which was voted The Favorite Album of the Year in 2012 for The Singing News Magazine. He also received The Musician of the Year Award by The Singing News Magazine in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012. Five years in a row and six overall.

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Event Location Ohio Star Theater - 1387 Old, OH-39, Sugarcreek, OH 44681
Date Saturday, September 19, 2020at 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Duration   1h
Repeats? No