Joe Stampley Bio, Age, Wiki, Family, Wife, Children, Height, Songs, Salary and Net Worth

Joe Stampley Wiki

Joe Stampley is an American country music singer and songwriter who in 1960 was the main singer for the rock group; The Uniques.

Joe Stampley Biography

The year 1965, The Uniques recorded “Not Too Long Ago”, the first national hit for Paula Records. An year later, they followed with “All These Things”. Uniques released four original albums, and one greatest hits compilation between 1965 and their 1970 breakup. Later most of their material was rooted in rhythm and blues, rock, pop and swamp pop genres.

Stampley in 1971 signed with ABC-Dot and recorded seven country albums that produced such hits as “Soul Song”, “Too Far Gone”, “If You Touch Me, You ‘ve Got To Love Me”, “I’m Still Loving You”, and a remake of “All These Things” as a two-step which reached #1 on the country chart. He moved to Epic Records, where he released thirteen albums in 1975. The albums included such hits as: “Roll On Big Mama”, “Red Wine and Blue Memories”, “If You’ve Got Ten Minutes (Let’s Fall in Love”, “Do You Ever Fool Around” and “I’m Gonna Love You Back To Lovin’ Me Again”.

He has over 60 charted records. Joel Whitburn ranked Stampley 52nd among all country artists from 1944–1993 for charted singles. Stampley in 1976 had eight singles on the Billboard country chart and was Billboard’s singles-artist of the year.

Joe Stampley Age

Stampley was born on June 6, 1943 in Origin Springhill, Louisiana, USA. He is [agecalc birthdate=1943-06-06] old.

Joe Stampley Family

Stampley was born to R.C. Stampley, Jr. (1920–2000) and Mary E. Stampley (1924–2004). During 1960s, Stampley was the main singer for the rock group, The Uniques (not to be confused with the Jamaican and doo-wop groups with the same name). Uniques were based out of Shreveport, about fifty-five miles southwest of Springhill and began performing in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas.

Joe Stampley Wife

Stampley married Margaret Bandy in the year 1963 and divorced in 1997.

Joe Stampley Children

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Joe Stampley Height

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Joe Stampley Salary

Joe’s salary is estimated to be between $10k to $50k.

Joe Stampley Net Worth

The American songwriter and singer has an estimated net worth of 1.1 million US dollars.

Joe Stampley Collaboration with Moe Bandy

In the height of his success, Stampley began teaming with Moe Bandy on a string of duets. Despite the honky-tonk standards that both artists were known for, most of the “Moe and Joe” collaborations were tongue in cheek novelty and satirical songs. The first charting hit together, “Just Good Ol’ Boys”, became a #1 hit in September 1979 and was their most successful single.

The other hits were “Holding the Bag”, “Hey Moe, Hey Joe” (a cover of a single originally recorded by Carl Smith, with modified title and lyrics), and “Where’s the Dress”. Later the latter was a satire on Boy George, and had an opening guitar riff similar to Culture Club’s #1 pop hit “Karma Chameleon”.

“Where’s The Dress” won the American Video Association’s award for Video of the Year in 1984. Later Bandy and Stampley were recognized as the Country Music Association’s (CMA) 1980 Vocal Duo of the Year (as “Moe and Joe”) and won the Academy of Country Music’s Vocal Duo award for two consecutive years.

Stampley founded Critter Records. The first act signed to the label was Billy Hoffman in 2000. He occasionally performs in his native Springhill. Much of his music is available on CD from his official website. The New York Times Magazine listed Joe Stampley among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the 2008 Universal fire on June 25, 2019.

Joe Stampley Songs

Tracks of Disc 1

1.Just Good Ol’ Boys
2.I Cheated Me Right Out Of You
3.Hank Williams, You Wrote My Life
4.Bandy The Rodeo Clown
5.Where’s The Dress
6.Holding The Bag
7.Roll On Big Mama
8.Red Wine And Blue Memories
9.Do You Ever Fool Around
10.Hey Joe (Hey Moe)

Joe Stampley also appears in this compilation

Tracks of Disc 1

1.Bless You

2.Rollin’ Stone

3.Susie Q

4.Going Away Baby

5.Heartbroken And Worried

6.Moanin’ At Midnight

7.Walking Alone

8.No More Doggin’ Around

9.Walkin’ The Boogie

10.Bright Eyes

11.Little City Woman



14.Later Alligator

15.Billy’s Blues

16.My Babe

17.Give Me A Little Love

18.What ‘Cha Doing In The Woods

19.My Baby’s Got Soul

20.Just For Love

21.So Many Roads So Many Trains

22.I Can’t Hold Out

23.Slop Around

24.If I Can’t Have You

25.You Are Lonely

Tracks of Disc 2

1.I Need A Change

2.Too Poor

3.The Way You Move Me Baby

4.Green Stamps

5.So Sick

6.No Teasing Around

7.Nothin’ Shakin’ (But The Leaves On The Trees)

8.Peanut Butter

9.I’ve Got Love

10.Darling I’m Home

11.Smokestack Lightning

12.I’ll Be Home

13.Creation Of Love

14.Oasis (Part 1)

15.She Needs A Guy

16.Let Me Be The Fool

17.Later On

18.Ain’t Got No Home

19.Blue Velvet

20.A Fool In Love

21.Sugar Mama

22.Father Knows Best

23.Proof Of Your Love

24.Smoky Places

25.I’m Your Hoochie Coochie Man

Tracks of Disc 3

1.Tear Drops

2.A Simple Prayer

3.Driving Home

4.The Big Wheel

5.I’m A Country Boy

6.You May

7.But Not For Me

8.Been So Long

9.A Kiss From Your Lips

10.C.C. Rider

11.It Won’t Be Long

12.I Just Want To Make Love To You

13.I’m So Young



16.Johnny B. Goode

17.Blues With A Feeling

18.Stay At Home

19.When The Lights Go Out

20.I Was A Fool To Let You Go

21.Reconsider Baby

22.Let Me Explain

23.Who Do You Love

24.Bad Boy Willie


Note: This biography is based on the available information as of 2023, and real-time updates or developments are being updated by our editorial team.