Stacy Mitchhart

Talent, professionalism and charm come together uniquely in Stacy Mitchhart. His masterful guitar work and strong vocals have been the driving forces behind his successful career. Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, Stacy and his band, Blues-U-Can-Use, have been the featured attraction at the Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar, located in historic Printer's Alley in Nashville, Tennessee. Bourbon Street was the winner of the prestigious award for the "Best Blues In The Nation For The Year 2000" by the National Blues Foundation. Stacy Mitchhart is largely responsible for that award, which has drawn many of the great blues acts: Bobby "Blue" Bland, Koko Taylor, James Brown, Kenny Neal, Keb 'Mo', Lonnie Mack, Shemekia Copeland, Johnny Lange, Bo Diddley, Son Seals and many more. Stacy also had the opportunity to back up Rufus Thomas during Thomas' last show before he passed away. On the road, Stacy performs at well-known clubs throughout the country and is continually brought back by popular demand to sell out crowds. Cities such as Memphis, Indianapolis, and Cincinnati all welcome his return. Stacy is a gifted songwriter and performer, His talents can be heard on : "Blues Transfusion", "Simple Medicine", and "Stacy & Blues-U-Can-Use Live At Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar", and "What I Feel". In 2001, The New York Blues Society named featured on the TBS series "Dinner and a Movie". He also had a performance and speaking part on the HBO special. In addition, Stacy can be heard on local Monday Night Football feeds. Stacy proudly endorses Gibson Guitars, Raco Cords, Sabine Tuners, Dean Markley Strings, Eminence Speakers, and AKG Microphones who have custom designed and hand built a one of a kind, vocal microphone for him.