Sam Stacy

Introducing The perfect young man to recreate the John Mayer Experience Live, Sam Stacy!! Sam grew up in Lincoln Nebraska greatly influenced by Mayer’s Music.  He remembers listening to Room for Squares over and over, on his parents' Walkman in elementary school and the album Heavier Things on the car stereo in middle school.  By the time Sam picked up the guitar at age 13, Continuum had been released. Naturally, the Hit Songs "Daughters" and "No Such Thing" were two of the first songs Sam learned to play.  When Sam entered High School at Lincoln Southeast he began to dive deep into his musical career playing guitar and singing whenever he had the chance. He would play for several hours a day, eventually learning almost every song in Mayer's discography.  In college, Sam began gigging more, often playing with blues bands and jams in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Not only is Sam a whiz at guitar, he also obtained a degree in Economics while pursuing his music. At a random Wednesday open mic in Lincoln, Nebraska, Sam was discovered by Music Veteran Justin Craig about fronting the tribute concept called "Gravity."  The rest is history.