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Paul Stacey was born on 27 September, 1963, is a Musician, record producer. Discover Paul Stacey’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?
|Occupation||Musician, record producer|
|Age||57 years old|
|Born||27 September 1963|
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Dating & Relationship status
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Paul Stacey Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Paul Stacey worth at the age of 57 years old? Paul Stacey’s income source is mostly from being a successful Musician. He is from . We have estimated Paul Stacey’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Musician|
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Timeline of Paul Stacey
In 2017, he co-produced/engineered Steven Wilson’s album To the Bone, also playing a guitar solo on track “Refuge”.
In 2011, Stacey was musical director for the play Backbeat at the Duke of York’s Theatre, London.
On 29 September 2006, Stacey was named as the replacement for Marc Ford in the Black Crowes, only a day after Ford faxed the band his resignation and two days before the band’s fall tour was set to begin. Previous to this announcement Stacey had worked with The Black Crowes by remastering the band’s album The Lost Crowes. Stacey toured with The Black Crowes through the end of 2006 and is credited as a co-producer (with the rest of the band) for the Crowes’ 2008 release Warpaint.
For 2005’s Don’t Believe the Truth, he mixed “Mucky Fingers” and contributed piano/mellotron on “Let There Be Love”. Stacey also mixed and played piano on “Let There Be Love” b-side “Sittin’ Here In Silence (On My Own)” during these sessions. For the recording of Dig Out Your Soul (2008), Stacey was involved in the production, though none of his work was included in the main album. Stacey produced/mixed “The Turning (Alt Version #4)”, included on special editions of the album, and “Waiting For The Rapture (Alt Version #2)”, included on the special edition and a b-side on Japanese copies of single “I’m Outta Time”. Stacey also produced “These Swollen Hand Blues”, included as a b-side on the “Falling Down” single.
Stacey would return for all subsequent Oasis releases. Two years later, Stacey would return to assist significantly on the band’s next release, Heathen Chemistry (2002), engineering and contributing keyboards/hammond organ/mellotron to five tracks – “The Hindu Times”, “Force of Nature”, “Hung in a Bad Place”, “Better Man” and “Little by Little”. On the b-side to the “Little By Little”/”She Is Love” double-A single, Stacey provided guitar and backing vocals to the band’s studio-live cover of “My Generation” by The Who, making Stacey one of only a handful of musicians to contribute guest vocals to an Oasis track along with Clint Ponderosa.
He has also worked with Chris Robinson (producing and co-writing), the Finn Brothers, Claire Martin (guitar, keys and bass on Take My Heart, 1999), The Syn (guitar, co-writing and co-production on Syndestructible, 2005), Elkie Brooks (on stage and her 1989 album Inspiration), Minuteman (guitar, production and mixing on Resigned to Life, 2002), Black Car and The Kooks (single version of “Eddies Gun”, 2005). He has also worked with Lucio Battisti in La Sposa Occidentale (1990) and with Patricia Kaas on her album Je Te Dis Vous (1993), recorded at the Eel Pie Studios in Twickenham. Both Stacey brothers played on Tom Jones’ “Praise and Blame tour in November 2010.
Noel Gallagher has described Stacey as having “an incredible ear for guitar sounds” and called him “an amazing guitarist, as well”. Stacey worked for Oasis in a number of different capacities between 1999 and 2008. Originally brought in to engineer Standing on the Shoulder of Giants (2000), he performed a number of other roles as the band suffered line-up issues for the recording of the album, particularly contributing bass guitar work in the absence of the band’s bassist Paul McGuigan. Stacey played bass on 4 songs – “Who Feels Love?”, “Gas Panic!”, “I Can See a Liar” and “Roll It Over”. He also contributed keyboards and lead guitar to “Fuckin’ in the Bushes”, the guitar solo in “Roll It Over”, backwards guitar to “Who Feels Love?” and acoustic guitar to “Where Did It All go Wrong?”. Later, at the end of 2000, he co-produced their first live album/video, Familiar to Millions.
Stacey’s early work included the 1990s band, the Lemon Trees (with twin brother Jeremy Stacey on drums, Guy Chambers and others) and Denzil.
Paul Stacey (born 27 September 1963) is a British guitarist and producer, best known for his work with Oasis, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and the Black Crowes.