- Category : Entertain-Music-Instrumentalist
- Type : GE
- Profile : 3/5 - Martyr / Heretic
- Definition : Split - Small (38,52,53,58,59,60)
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Eden 4
American country singer and songwriter. He recorded for various labels between 1966 and 1978, charting in the top 10 of Hot Country Songs with "Sweet Thang", "Plastic Saddle", "Sweet Thang and Cisco" and "Take Time to Love Her."
Stuckey, along with Jim Reeves, became a member of the former Country music radio show known as the Louisiana Hayride. In 1965, he co-wrote Buck Owens' number-one single "Waitin' in Your Welfare Line".
Another of Stuckey's compositions, "Pop a Top", was recorded by Jim Ed Brown in 1967. Stuckey teamed with Connie Smith on the duet of "Young Love", followed by another single and two albums. The duo was in the final nominations for a Grammy for their version of "Whispering Hope".
His single "Sun Comin' Up" made the top 20. He last charted in 1978 with the number 26 single "The Days of Sand and Shovels".
He wrote two jingles for Coca-Cola in the 1970s, recorded twenty-two spots of McDonald's, and was the singing voice on the last Spuds MacKenzie commercial for Budweiser. He continued recording jingles into the 1980s.
He died on 24 August 1988.