Joey Stec

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Joey Stec
OriginChicago Il, United States
GenresClassic rock
Occupation(s)Guitarist, Vocalist, Recording Engineer
InstrumentsGuitar
LabelsSonic Past Music
Associated actsThe Millennium, Joey Stec
Websitesonicpastmusic.com

Joey Stec is an American songwriter, singer, guitarist, producer and president of Sonic Past Music.

Biography[edit]

In 1967, he became a member of progressive rock band The Millennium. In 1969 he joined The Blues Magoos, and formed The Dependables. In 1976, he released a solo album on Playboy Records, produced by Jimmy Miller.

While Stec doesn't have name recognition, he worked with well-known artists.[1]

Joey Stec founded Sonic Past Music in 2000, a record label focusing on previously unreleased work by classic rock artists.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Stec, Joey". badcatrecords.com. Retrieved 9 September 2010. Joey Stec's one of those journeyman musicians who's got a surprisingly impressive resume, though few folks would recognize his name.

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