Stanley Stubbs: A First-Class Act
Based out of Chicago, Illinois, the artistic charms of producer, singer, and songwriter Stanley Stubbs Jr. is truly a blessing for music enthusiasts worldwide. Often noted for his achievements in the world of gospel music, Stan’s creative endeavors are the culmination of a lifelong quest. The gifted maestro grew up in a loving household with four sisters and was reared by both of his parents.
Stan had strong support from his family in regard to his musical interests and is often cited as ‘following in the footsteps of his four sisters and mother’ when he began attending the recording studio at an early age. Among his musical influences are such legends like Duke Ellington, George Duke, Andre Crouch, The Hawkins Family, James Cleveland, and Quincy Jones. He also finds great affinity with Byron Cage, Kurt Carr, Richard Smallwood, The Winans, Commission, Fred Hammond, Donald Lawrence, and Bill Gath.
A perfect example of Stan’s artistic brilliance and work as a spiritual visionary can be found in his track, I Release To You. This epic gospel song unveils the power of God in musical expression. Listeners also get to hear Stan’s dynamic range and distinct vocal tone. Out of great respect for his unprecedented talent, Stan has opened and performed with Barry Manilo, The Dells, Sounds of Blackness, Donald Lawrence, Martha Munzzi, Tremaine Hawkins, Vicki Winans, and Vashawn Mitchell just to name a few. Stanley Stubbs is a remarkable musician and legend in his own right.