Joe Stampley has already established a profession that spans the styles and varieties of music and entertainment. Created in Louisiana and elevated on his father’s Hank Williams information, Stampley started playing piano prior to the age group of ten, and by age 15 he was documenting demos with an area DJ called Merle Kilgore. The demos proceeded to go nowhere, nevertheless, and neither do a 1961 program using the Chess label, but Kilgore could score a soft R&B strike with an organization he had shaped known as the Uniques. The music, 1966’s “LATELY,” was a local strike in the south, however the group was struggling to catch any momentum and quickly Stampley was changing gears once again and producing in-roads in to the nation music establishment. A Nashville posting home, Algee Music, offered Stampley a agreement and Algee mind Al Gallico helped obtain the vocalist a recording agreement with Paramount. Mixing nation and spirit, Stampley got strikes with 1971’s “Remember to Understand Her” and “IN THE EVENT THAT YOU Touch Me You need to Appreciate Me.” Though his even sound virtually described the countrypolitan motion of the middle-’70s, Stampley transformed gears once again when he began composing rougher, hard-edged honky tonk music such as for example “Whiskey Chasin.” However Stampley still acquired other tips up his sleeve, and in 1979 he teamed up with Moe Brandy to create a tongue-in-cheek humor duo. The set, referred to as Moe and Joe, acquired hits with music such as for example “Just Great Ole Children” as well as the absurd “Hey Joe (Hey Moe)” before dropping off the ethnic radar.