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Joey Stuckey Presents: Ladies of the South

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The south has produced some amazing musical artists like Lady Antebellum, R.E.M., the B52’s, the Allman Brothers, Wet Willie, Jason Aldean, Little Richard, Otis Redding, James Brown, Jennifer Nettles, Trisha Yearwood, Indigo Girls, Black Crows, Collective Soul and many many more. Producer Joey Stuckey, official ambassador of music for his hometown of Macon, Georgia, has collected 12 songs written or performed by female artists from the south and showcased them in this compilation of exciting and powerful women! This compilation is in multiple genres but serves as a shining example of what the south means to music lovers all over the world!
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1. What You See Ain't What You Get (feat. Sue Lu)
The Shadow Bandits
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2. Everybody's Pretty
Kim Meeks
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3. Start Over (feat. Camille Scoggins & Sue Tomlin)
Hugh Hession
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4. With You (feat. Eline Chavez)
Someday Merry
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5. Danish Cookies Is My Name
Vanessa Moses
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6. Box Labeled Questions (feat. Camille Scoggins)
Tyler Moore
3:47 $0.99
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7. Lonely Boulevard
Katherine Daniel
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8. Letting Go (feat. Amber Pierce & Heidi Clinite)
The Vineyard Band
3:59 $0.99
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9. Home
Louise Warren
2:33 $0.99
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10. Lately (Morning Dove, Mourning Sparrow) [feat. Kim Meeks]
Doc Henderson
5:41 $0.99
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11. Something More
Stacy Hostler
6:41 $0.99
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12. Johnny 9 (Blind Man Remix) [feat. Rachel Elkins]
T.A.T.B.
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“What You See Ain’t What You Get”
Credits

What You See Ain’t What You Get
Performed by “The Shadow Bandits” featuring Sue Lu
Song written by Charlie Hoskyns, Paul McGuinness, Will Morrison and Joey Stuckey
Sue Lu—lead and backing vocals
Charlie Hoskyns--guitars, bass and backing vocals
Paul McGuinness-- backing vocals
Will Morrison--drums
Joey Stuckey--lead guitar
Recorded by Charlie Hoskyns UK & Joey Stuckey USA
Engineers: Charlie Hoskyns, Joey Stuckey, Charles Arnold, & Doug Diamond
Producers: Charlie Hoskyns and Joey Stuckey
www.shadowbandits.com

The Shadow Bandits are producers and multi-instrumentalists Joey Stuckey and Charlie Hoskyns. The song “What You See Ain’t What You Get” features renowned Georgia vocalist Sue Lu and was written by Joey Stuckey, Charlie Hoskyns, Paul McGuinness, and Will Morrison.


Sue Lu
SUE LU is the alter ego of Sue g. Wilkinson of the ambient singer/songwriter duo Cypress South. Lu’s adventurous spirit blended with a diverse, eclectic musical background has given birth to a Rhythm and Blue's band that has toured extensively throughout the US as well as Europe and Japan. Davy MacFarlance, writer for Blues Matters, (UK's most read blues magazine), says Ana Popovic“…could be fighting for a space in a crowded field given the amount of blues’ women around like Bonnie Raitt, Susan Tedesch and the most “Excellent Sue g. Wilkinson."

SUE has performed in England as well as Scotland, including high profile gigs at Burnley International Blues Festival, The Lemon Tree in Aberdeen Scotland, The 12 bar club in London, The Musician in Leicester and The Studio in Hartlepool,. In addition to these great gigs, some of her favorite performances were in Japan where she performed twice through two different cherry blossoms festivals and spent a great deal of time entertaining her Asian fans. Denmark is the home of her former label Ap Records, and Lu and toured there twice.

No reason to wonder why Sue has opened up for bands like Pearl Jam, Red Hot
Chili Peppers, Ministry, Lush, The Indigo Girls, Hem, Grateful Dead's Bob Weir, Michelle Shock, Kansas, Acoustic Alchemy and most recently Art Garfunkel and Jane Siberry among many others.


Paul McGuinness

Paul started his music career in Dublin with DC9,Tokyo Olympics then Once Upon A Time...He formed The Popes with Shane MacGowan in 1994 after Shane was sacked from The Pogues....He shared the stage with Johnny Depp on UK's favorite pop music show TOP OF THE POPS with their hit single WOMAN'S GOT ME DRINKING...Paul took over front man duties on THE LETTERMAN SHOW




Will Morrison

Will has played drums/percussion with Sugartrain, Don Mescall, Lisa Knapp and played a couple of BBC sessions with her, Sid Griffin and The Cole Porters..he also played with WHO legend JOHN ENTWISTLE ….He toured the US with Modern English whilst enjoying popularity with their hit single I MELT WITH YOU....He joined The Popes whilst arranging, drumming and co producing their last two albums.


Charlie Hoskyns

Charlie played in many bands with Will Morrison, including Don Mescall and Lisa Knapp and played a couple of BBC sessions with her ...He writes for Universal Library Music and wrote TV ad music with Brett Dempsey music agency, clients including Unilever and BMW.... he joined The Popes on guitar and produced their last two albums...Charlie continues to work from his South London studio in the UK working with Joey Stuckey and various UK artists

Joey Stuckey
Genre-busting, award winning, and chart topping producer, Joey Stuckey is the official music
ambassador for his hometown of Macon, Georgia and Atlanta Country Music Hall of Fame
Inductee. He has worked with Alan Parsons, Jimmy Hall, Mike Mills (REM), and many more.

“Everybody’s Pretty”
Credits & Bio

Everybody’s Pretty
Written by Kim Meeks
Kim Meeks—vocals and piano
Joey Stuckey--guitar, bass, additional keys and drums.
Recorded and produced by Joey Stuckey at Shadow Sound Studio Macon GA.
https://itun.es/us/lQDpbb




Kim Meeks

Kim Meeks, a Macon native, is a singer and songwriter born and raised in Macon Georgia. Kim Meeks' sound is a hybrid of rock, soul, jazz, and alternative. Her smoky voice resonates with listeners, and her sultry songs leave them wanting more. Kim has performed in various locations throughout the Southeast including New Orleans, Atlanta, Orlando, and Asheville. She was also a winner in New Town Macon's "Macon Music CD - Volume 1." Her song "Sleeping with the Past" was featured.
Her first EP, "Forget Me Not," was released on April 1st. Meeks wrote all of the songs on the EP, and it was produced by award winning producer, Joey Stuckey, at Shadow Sound Studios in Macon, Georgia.



“Start Over”
Credits & Bios

Start Over
Featuring Camille Scoggins
Written by Hugh Hession
Camille Scoggins—vocals
Sue Tomlin—violin
Joey Stuckey—guitar and bass
Hugh Hession—piano
Mark Williams—drums
Recorded and produced by Joey Stuckey at Shadow Sound Studio Macon, GA.
www.hughhession.com

Camille Scoggins
A true southern songstress, Camille Scoggins started her career performing in the 1980s as a teenager in the rock band “Rakkit” in the music city of Athens, Georgia, the home of such southern music legends as R.E.M. and The B52’s.

She continued her musical journey with a scholarship to Georgia College where she majored in vocal performance.

She has recorded with such musical icons as Paul Hornsby, Brenda David and producer Joey Stuckey.

While Camille can sing any style of music with skill, her pure tone and perfect pitch lends itself to songs of a mid-tempo where lyrics and melody are given focus. “She is my secret weapon for country and singer song writer recording sessions,” says Joey Stuckey of Shadow Sound Studio.

Hugh Hession
Hugh Hession has over 30 years experience in the music business as a performer, songwriter, artist manager, promoter and industry consultant. Through the years he has worked with both Billboard charting artists and producers and is known for his specialization in independent music within the trenches of artist development. Hugh is a sought after piano and vocal instructor in Middle Georgia with over 60 students and performs regularly as a solo act and with his band Broadcast 90: The Ultimate 90's Rock Tribute.

“With You”
Bios & Credits


Eline Chavez
Singer/songwriter Eline Chavez has been writing, performing and been in and out of bands since she was 15. Her catalog of music begins with her first release at the age of 16, an EP titled “5 Minutes”. The last release was in 2008 with her long time Georgia based band Someday Merry. The album, entitled “Rescue Me”, was released by Senate Records in 2008, however, the band decided to part ways prior to its official release and tour.

Resurfacing after a five year long hiatus, she came up to breathe in 2013. Finding herself sought out by a handful thanks to a close friend, she began working in the independent music and film industries in Toronto and Vancouver.

Now calling New York City home, she still spends time in Austin and recently began working on her fourteenth album. Wearing all the hats with this project, it is safe to say that she is back. Not only is Eline writing and playing the guitar again, she is also playing all the other instruments and is mixing, producing and engineering this new project, “The Epic and The Restless”, scheduled for release in late August 2016.

Charles Arnold
Charles Arnold has a BA in broadcast engineering from Georgia Southern and acts as second engineer at the world famous Shadow Sound Studio in historic downtown Macon, GA. He also runs live sound for various bands as front of house engineer, including side projects for members of the band Yellowcard.

As a founding member of Someday Merry, he brings his passion and skill to the drums with a rock solid groove and lends the band’s tracks an enthusiastic wild abandon, making the music of Someday Merry stand out from other groups in the alt rock genre. Currently, he is the drummer for the Joey Stuckey Rock/Blues trio.



Rick Kurhajian
Rick Kurhajian has been a vital part of the Middle Georgia music scene and has not only handled bass chores for Someday Merry, but also for Great White Lion Snake, which is the most popular 80’s hair metal cover band for 100 miles! While pounding the bass for GWLS, Rick has had the privilege to open for such legends as: Stephen Pearcy of Ratt, Skid Row, Soul Asylum, Coolio, and played for Vince Neil of Motley Crue at his after party in Atlanta.

With You
Featuring Eline Chavez
Written and performed by Someday Merry
Eline Chavez—vocals and guitar
Charles Arnold—drums
Rick Kurhajian—bass
Recorded and produced by Joey Stuckey at Shadow Sound Studio Macon, GA.
www.somedaymerry.com

“Danish Cookies Is My Name”
Credits & Bio

Vanessa Moses
Vanessa Moses started to explore her passion as a young 5-year-old girl whose desire for music stirred creations of memorable little tunes on the piano. The Malaysian born singer/songwriter/performer made her entrance into the music industry while basing herself in Australia and encompassing her talents in the very thriving music scene of Melbourne.

After 3 years of performing in bands throughout Australia and Tasmania, Vanessa went on to tour Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, China, Macau, Dubai and other parts of Asia and the Middle East performing at venues and also teaching her technique of singing in various music schools. It was during this time that Vanessa was inspired to start work on her first album which she completed in 2007.

The charismatic, charming and sensational songwriter carries her music with hooks to remember and melodies that parallel her skills on the piano and contribute to a total contentment for the soul.

Vanessa’s flexible songwriting talents helped to uniquely position her as the first Asian songwriter to gain credits in the country music scene in Tamworth, Australia, with her song “Dance Cowboy Dance” which she composed with acclaimed country singer Sandie Dodd. The song was a finalist in Tamworth’s Best New Songwriter Awards 2006 and numerous other prestigious awards.

After various offers, Vanessa signed a recording deal with independent record label Senate Records based in Macon, Georgia in the United States, founded by publisher and award winning, chart topping producer Joey Stuckey (the Official Music Ambassador for Macon, GA). She successfully gained her entry as a songwriter to BMI, USA.

Vanessa’s highly anticipated EP will be released by Senate Records in July 2016.

Danish Cookies Is My Name
Written by Vanessa Moses
Vanessa Moses--vocals and keyboard
Joshua Ninan-- acoustic guitar
Jose “Joeboy” Vincent-- drums
Louie Martin--keyboard and bass guitar

Brian Bogle—saxophone
Tom Harling—trumpet
Miguel Castro—percussion
Recorded and produced by Joey Stuckey at Shadow Sound Studio Macon, GA
www.senaterecords.com

Box Labeled Questions
Credits & Bio

Camille Scoggins
A true southern songstress, Camille Scoggins started her career performing in the 1980s as a teenager in the rock band “Rakkit” in the music city of Athens, Georgia, the home of such southern music legends as R.E.M. and The B52’s.

She continued her musical journey with a scholarship to Georgia College where she majored in vocal performance.

She has recorded with such musical icons as Paul Hornsby, Brenda David and producer Joey Stuckey.

While Camille can sing any style of music with skill, her pure tone and perfect pitch lends itself to songs of a mid-tempo where lyrics and melody are given focus. “She is my secret weapon for country and singer song writer recording sessions,” says Joey Stuckey of Shadow Sound Studio.



Tyler Moore
Tyler Moore has been writing practically his whole life--sometimes poetry, sometimes essays, but always songs. He graduated with an MFA in Creative Writing from The Ohio State University. Since his son was born, he's been writing a lot of repetitive songs about going to sleep.

Box Labeled Questions
Written by Tyler Moore featuring Camille Scoggins on vocals.
Joey Stuckey--guitar and bass.
Tom Rule--Piano
Mark Williams--Drums.
Recorded and produced by Joey Stuckey at Shadow Sound Studio Macon, GA.
www.senaterecords.com/tylermoore

Lonely Boulevard
Bio & Credits

Katherine Daniel
Katherine Daniel is an eighteen year old aspiring recording artist from Macon, Georgia. She began working with Joey Stuckey when she was fifteen, creating her first single "Be Brave", and has participated in different local music festivals and competitions. In 2013, she received the Horizon Award from the Atlanta Society of Entertainers for recognition as one of Georgia's most promising young artists. In 2015 she released her EP "Live Loud", featuring the song "Lonely Boulevard" and now continues writing and working on her music. She has avidly participated in theatre at her high school Mount de Sales Academy, claiming leads such as Cinderella and the Cat in The Hat, and was a two year champion in her school's literary trio. Music is her passion and she plans on creating it as long as she can.

Lonely Boulevard
Written and performed by Katherine Daniel
Joey Stuckey—guitar,bass, keys and drums.
Recorded and produced by Joey Stuckey at Shadow Sound Studio Macon, GA.
https://itun.es/us/qAL75

Letting Go
Bio & Credits

Amber Pierce
The Vineyard Band is a country music trio comprised of sibling trio Amber, Eddie & Andrew Pierce.
Amber & Andrew founded the band in 2004 & spent many years writing songs and performing shows around Georgia with many different musicians. Amber was influenced by her great grandparents who taught her hymnals, folk songs and big band jazz at an early age. Andrew was inspired by Eddie who was inspired by rock n roll to start playing guitar and soon they started playing together. Eddie went on to perform in a few metal bands before joining the band in 2014. The Vineyard Band's debut EP, “Cheap Motel Rooms” is now available at www.TheVineyardBand.com.

With influences ranging from Pink Floyd to Patsy Cline, The Beatles to Johnny Cash, John Prine to Sublime, & all three Hanks, you are sure to hear the unique spin that The Vineyard Band puts on country music. “We are making music in a genre that is thirsty for real, down to earth, authentic music. We like to think that our music quenches that thirst, much like a vineyard provides fruit for wine.”

http://www.thevineyardband.com/
facebook.com/TheVineyardBand
youtube.com/TheVineyardBand
reverbnation.com/TheVineyardBand


Letting Go
The Vineyard Band featuring Amber Pierce on vocals and Heidi Clinite on viola
Written and performed by The Vineyard Band
Recorded and Produced by Joey Stuckey at Shadow Sound Studio Macon, GA.
http://www.thevineyardband.com


Home
Credits & Bio

Louise Warren
Louise Warren is a force to be reckoned with. A singer, a songwriter, and a heartfelt performer she has penned songs in the hundreds. She has shared the stage with the likes of Chuck Leavell, Jimmy Hall, and Shawn Mullins. Her music has been featured on Zooey Deschanel’s website Hello Giggles and Georgia Public Broadcasting’s travel show, “Music Voyager.” In 2015, she won Eddie Owens Open Mic Night at the Red Clay Theater.
Born and raised in Macon, Georgia, She grew up with a rich musical background; performing in local talent shows and plays, singing in choir, and writing her own songs. When she was fourteen years old, she picked up the guitar and gave the melody and lyrics she had been writing since she was a child their musical “home”.
She has described her relationship with music as “My morning coffee, therapist, and best friend”. Her sound ranges from jazzy, pop melodies found in “Lavender Sound” to more driven, rock tunes like “Haunted”. Described as a “true artist in every sense of the word” by producer and musician, Joey Stuckey, "Louise is musical to the bone.” No matter where life may take her, she knows music will continue to be a guiding force.



Home
Written and performed by Louise Warren
Louise Warren--acoustic guitar and lead and backing vocals.
Joey Stuckey--additional guitars, bass and drums.
Recorded and Produced by Joey Stuckey Shadow Sound Studio Macon,GA.
https://itun.es/us/V30SM

Lately (Morning Dove, Mourning Sparrow
Credits & Bio

Kim Meeks
Kim Meeks, a Macon native, is a singer and songwriter born and raised in Macon Georgia. Kim Meeks' sound is a hybrid of rock, soul, jazz, and alternative. Her smoky voice resonates with listeners, and her sultry songs leave them wanting more. Kim has performed in various locations throughout the Southeast including New Orleans, Atlanta, Orlando, and Asheville. She was also a winner in New Town Macon's "Macon Music CD - Volume 1." Her song "Sleeping with the Past" was featured.
Her first EP, "Forget Me Not," was released on April 1st. Meeks wrote all of the songs on the EP, and it was produced by award winning producer, Joey Stuckey, at Shadow Sound Studios in Macon, Georgia.



Doc Henderson
Doc Henderson grew up in Atlanta, Georgia and as the son of a Baptist minister, was introduced early on to the sound of gospel and church music. With groups such as Wendy Bagwell and the Sunlighters and the LeFevres providing the music on a Sunday afternoon, Doc quickly developed an appreciation of words and the power they hold lyrically.
In the 70’s Doc moved to Augusta, Georgia to study medicine and it was here that he wrote his first song, “You Don’t Know Yet.” A few years later whilst reunited with his childhood piano, his musical interest progressed and he began writing songs and composing music. This interest grew after hanging out backstage with Billy Roberts – songwriter of “Hey, Joe” – as well as listening to Billy’s personal rendition of “Hey, Joe” in his living room while Billy lived with Doc for over a year in Atlanta.
Having no real formal training, Doc Henderson is self-taught and composes using guitar and the piano, jotting down lyrical ideas whenever the words come to him. With influences as diverse as Bob Dylan, Jimmy Buffett and Leonard Cohen, he produces a sound mainly echoing country and rockabilly, with occasional moments of rhythm and blues.
When Clarence Carter was looking for a great cover for his 1980s album Dr. C. C., featuring the release of his world-famous song "Strokin'," he called on Doc to help produce the album cover, which features Clarence examining a real skeleton.
Doc has worked with publicist Dominic Brendell, an Englishman whose father played on several songs with the Beatles. And some of Doc’s early demos featured several members of the Atlanta Rhythm Section, as well as two members of the old James Brown band.
"Having people like Dean Daughtry of ARS play keyboards for me and St. Clair Pinckney of James Brown's band play a killer saxophone on several of my songs was a real thrill and a great learning experience early on," says Doc.
In the past few months Doc Henderson has been busy at work in the studio, collaborating with musicians from Georgia. Recently performing artist Kim Meeks (Macon Music CD. Vol. 1) met up with Doc Henderson to record his song, "Lately," co-written with Joey Stuckey and recorded at Shadow Sound Studio in Macon. Doc has also written and produced several comedy songs, along with producing several cuts by Memphis recording artist Carl White.
Doc Henderson has released a 12-song CD called Hangover Blues, which is available on CDBaby and iTunes. Doc's latest release, in April 2016, is a re-cut off of that album of his upbeat country song "A Steel Guitar, A Honky-Tonk Bar and A Good Woman." Doc and Joey Stuckey had Macon, Georgia artist perform the vocals Frank Wilder for this one, and that single is now available on CDBaby and iTunes.
Lately (Morning Dove, Mourning Sparrow)
Featuring Kim Meeks—vocals
Written By Doc Henderson and Joey Stuckey.
Joey Stuckey--guitars, bass, keys and drums.
Recorded and Produced by Joey Stuckey at Shadow Sound Studio Macon,GA.
www.dochendersonmusic.com


Something More
Credits & Bio



Stacy Hostler
Stacy is a Christian artist and songwriter whose music captures the true essence of worship. She began singing at an early age and then writing songs as a teenager. At the age of 11, she joined her church's worship team and as a teen began to sense Holy Spirit leading her in that direction. Over the years God has opened doors and allowed her to lead worship for many churches, children and youth ministries, conferences, adult and youth prisons, as well as many local events throughout her community. In 2010, She was given the opportunity to write and record her very first album entitled "Up Close". This was truly an incredible experience for her and the beginning of something much greater.
She is also a wife and mother of three. Her husband, Jeff, serves in the United States Air force and they are currently stationed at Robins Air Force Base in Georgia. They have been married for over 10yrs. Her oldest, Cameron, is 15yrs old. Caleigh is 13 and the youngest is Chloe at 8yrs old. In October 2012, she was diagnosed with stage 2 Hodgkin's Lymphoma and underwent both chemo and radiation . Along with these treatments and many prayers, today she is currently in full remission. She believes, though she may not understand God's plan at every moment of her life, every once in a while she gets a glimpse of God's promises to her. This reassures her faith that He's not done with her yet and the greatest is still to come.
She is currently writing and preparing for her next album which she hopes to begin soon. Until then, her heart absolutely loves knowing she has the opportunity to help lead others into the presence of God. It's the place where lives are changed and God does His greatest work. Teaching others about worship is her passion. Leading others into God's presence is where her heart is. But striving to live a life of worship ... Well, That is her purpose!
For booking and more information please contact us at : songbird3211@aol.com
Her album "Up Close" is available on iTunes.

Something More
Written and performed by Stacy Hostler
Joey Stuckey-- guitar and bass
Mark Williams-- drums
Jantina Rice—keyboard
Recorded and produced by Joey Stuckey at Shadow Sound Studio in Macon, GA
https://itun.es/us/gUPww

Johnny 9 (Blind Man Remix)
Credits & Bio

The Alex Tjoland Band

TATB formed in 2006. Alex was about 12 years old. His parents divorced, and Alex was down in the dumps about the breakup of his family. Bo Sammons, the band’s guitar player and principal song writer, told Alex to bring his drums to church and they’d start playing together. Within about six months, Rachel Elkins started singing with the band, and by 2008 the band was made up of its core members – Alex, Bo, Rachel, Delisa Kyzer on piano and keyboards, and Erik Tjoland on bass. A few other people came and went, but these five players have been the lasting core of the band. TATB released two CDs of original music, “Shot at Redemption” and “Silent Revelry”. “Silent Revelry” picked up 3- and 4-star reviews from around the world. The band’s music has primarily been described as blues/rock. Reviewers RAVED about Rachel Elkins’ big voice. TATB is all about arpeggiated guitar work, bluesy solos, beautiful piano and keyboards, a solid rhythm section, and soaring vocals. Dig it.


Johnny 9 (Blind Man Remix)
TATB featuring Rachel Elkins on vocals.
Written by Bo Sammons.
Bo Sammons--guitar
Bruce Whitten--additional guitars
Sean McGraw--additional guitars
Delisa Kyzer--keyboard
Alex Tjoland--Drums
Erik Tjoland—bass
Recorded and produced by Joey Stuckey at Shadow Sound Studio in Macon, GA.
https://itun.es/us/wklrU


“Ladies of the South”
Cover Art

Model: Ginger Huff
Photography: Jenny Evelyn Photography
Makeup Artist: Amy Schuma
Website & Graphic Design: Doug Diamond
“What You See Ain’t What You Get” Video: Delaney Holliman


Ginger Huff
Model for “Ladies of the South” Cover

Ginger Huff, an entrepreneur at heart, is the proud owner and master color artist at Salon Fusion. She established the salon and spa located in Bonaire Georgia in 2011. Since then her passion led her on a journey seeking more ways to expand her creative platform. Through her time in the industry she surrounded herself with positive and like-minded individuals that led her to several opportunities such as modeling and a makeup artist position for the local NBC station.

She didn't stop there. An all natural body care line called Essential Body was created, which made its way to the cast of The Real Housewives of New York City. The most recent journey was in 2015 with a tag line lingering in her heart "just for the health of it". This tag line helped her to create her newest business, Wild Organics Juice Co., an all organic juice, food, and smoothie bar. Her artistry has shown through so much of her creativity, but mainly lives by her motto to "feel the peace you seek".


Amy Suchma Bio
Makeup Artist for “Ladies of the South” Cover

Amy Suchma has been a professional makeup artist for 20 years. She graduated beauty school in 1995 and since then, had dedicated her life's work to inspiring others to not only feel beautiful in the outside, but to having the outside match the beauty within. Today, she continues her work internationally, sharing her expertise to those around the globe. "I don't believe in beauty secrets, I believe in sharing knowledge. I wouldn't be here today without the knowledge, time and expertise that was shared me so freely throughout the years. Pay it forward."

Check out Amy on YouTube
https://youtu.be/_mtVN--IQEE































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