Member since 3/14/2018
Joe Tucci started musically at the young age of 7 years old playing piano at private parties … Started cover bands in his teens … Built a garage studio and eventually moved on to co-writing and prod... more
Joe Tucci started musically at the young age of 7 years old playing piano at private parties … Started cover bands in his teens … Built a garage studio and eventually moved on to co-writing and producing “Keep On Dancin’” by Gary’s Gang in 1979 on a used 16-track 2 inch tape reel-to-reel. He played most of the instruments on the track as well as singing all the vocals. Performed on the TV shows at that time, Dick Clark’s American Bandstand, Don Cornelius’s Soul Train, The Merv Griffin Show, Wolfman Jack’s Midnight Special, etc. He was then professionally known as “Eric Matthew”. Worked with Cory Robbins at Profile Records producing many underground rap records. He’s also had many #1 dance hits, some on his own Radar Records Label such as ”One Step At A Time” and “Sureshot” by Tracy Webber (Ray Caviano/RFC Records), “Reach Up” by Toney Lee (Joe Tucci/Owner Radar Records), “You Ain’t Really Down” by Status IV (Joe Tucci/Owner Radar Records), Two Albums by Sharon Redd (Marv Schlachter/Prelude Records) including “Beat The Street”, and many others. After running a local New York Entertainment Company, and raising 3 daughters, one of whom is Gina Tucci, head of Big Beat/Atlantic Records, Joe Tucci has decided to make a comeback, writing and producing his brand of modern pop/dance music. Thanks in advance for all your support ... just "Keep On Dancin'" !!!