Michael Stuckey is an Atlanta-based singer-songwriter, worship leader, contemporary gospel artist, choir/vocal trainer, recording artist, and founder of Canada’s first Gospel Music Awards, The Glass Awards.
Mike started his journey through music being a part of choirs and music groups in several Churches across America and branched out as a recording artist in 2017 with the release of his debut album under Sony Music, Good Times. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Michael has worked with some of the most successful producers in the industry, Eric Dawkins and Vassal Benford; and has ministered alongside Bishop McClendon, Bishop Noel Jones, Pastor John Hannan and has collaborations with Karen Clark Sheard, Eben, Martin Phike, Testimony Jaga, MOG Music, Sammie Okposo, Joe Mettle and rose to fame as lead singer for Ricky Dillard and New G. In 2017 he pioneered the Glass Awards in Canada; his first move to recognize hidden figures in Gospel Music.
This prestigious venture has recognized and hosted personalities like J Moss, Charles Jenkins, Tremaine Hawkins, and Leandrea Johnson. While on a road trip with Bishop McClendon to Nigeria in 2018, Mike had the privileged opportunity to minister at Loveworld, hence, began a romance with Gospel Music in Africa which has led to several collaborations with the African stars, and recording two Live projects in West Africa, Ghana. Since 2017 till date, Mike Stuckey has released 4 Albums, and 5 Singles.