Ranch hand turned country music artist Erik Stucky returned to discuss his sophomore album, “Good Vibrations”
From the stable to the stage, Erik Stucky grew up in Colorado where he trained horses and later spent stints of time working the Stucky family farm in Kansas (which has been in his family since 1906), only to find himself pursuing songwriting in Music City and abroad.
He stopped by Roy Rogers Studio to talk with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander about his time on the family farm, how he got his start in country music, and his new album, Good Vibrations.
He also stuck around to perform “If The Storm Never Ends.”
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