A trumpeter and guitarist using a succession of NEW YORK bands, Stacy Think never quite produced a national discovery. Actually, he was trashed of his best-known music group, the Squirrel Nut Zippers, right before they strike pay dirt using their second recording. However, Think was precious for the Chapel Hill music picture, so when he passed away of the heroin overdose in March 1998, several local musicians put together an recording of Think’ songs known as Legacy, using the proceeds likely to a scholarship or grant for young music artists at Think’ alma mater, Chapel Hill SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. Created in 1966, Suppose learned to try out trumpet at age 13. By senior high school, he had been playing in some local bands. Among these, the ska-influenced Pressure Young boys, released three albums in the middle-’80s before splitting up in 1988. Think and several additional members continued to create the short-lived Sex Law enforcement. In the first ’90s, Think taught himself acoustic guitar and bass and used several local rings, including SOMA as well as the Venus Flytrap Women, before becoming a member of the nascent Squirrel Nut Zippers in 1994. Think played trumpet for the group’s 1st recording, 1995’s The Unavoidable, however when he skipped a show because of his worsening heroin craving, the music group and Think’ family members staged an treatment that got the trumpeter into rehab. Although Think played and documented with various performers after departing his rehab system, he hadn’t ceased using and he passed away, age group 32, on March 11, 1998.