God blessed Jeff with the spiritual gift of music and allowed him to share his talent with others throughout the world. He started his career when he very young, playing the bass guitar for a local family quartet, The Tomes Four. He later started playing the piano for his dad’s quartet, The Harvest Time Singers. The word quickly spread about Jeff’s amazing talent, and he was offered a job playing for the renowned group, The Blackwood Brothers. He later joined The Rex Nelon Singers, and he considered himself a member of their musical family until his passing.
Jeff has played for the legendary Oak Ridge Boys and Louise Mandrell. He was a piano instructor for The Charles Novell School of Music at Murray State University, the Steve Hurst School of Music at Lee University and was a Past President for the Southern Gospel Music Association. Jeff was a founding member of two award-winning quartets, Perfect Heart and Triumphant Quartet. During this time, he earned national recognitions which included Southern Gospel Music Guild—Musician of the Year, Southern Gospel Musician of the Year and Favorite Musician from the Singing News, along with numerous Dove and Grammy Award nominations. He was also inducted into the Southern Gospel Music Hall of Fame, Southern Gospel Piano Roll of Honor and the Edmonson County Singing Convention Hall of Fame.
1. Reach Out And Touch
2. How Big Is God
3. A Thousand Years
4. How Majestic Is Your Name
5. A Thing Called Love
6. High Hopes
7. Put A Little Love In Your Heart
8. Days Of Elijah
9. You Are The Sunshine Of My Life
11. The Goodness Of God
Release Date: February 24, 2023
(Full obituary for Jeff Stice can be read here: https://www.pattonfuneralhome.com/obituary/Jeff-Stice)