Over the past 15 years, Gareth Stuckey has become a household name as an Engineer and Production Manager in the Australian music industry.
He was formally Production Manager of the Day On The Green festival, overseeing more than a hundred
shows around Australia, dealing with artists as diverse as Jimmy Barnes, Lionel Ritchie, Chris Isaak and Crosby Stills and Nash and also Tour Co-Ordinator for Civil Society, looking after acts such as The National, Patrick Watson, The XX, Pink Martini, Sia and many more.
Currently working with Billions Australia on clients such as Death Cab for Cutie, Bon Iver, Tallest Man on Earth and others, he is also Front of House Engineer and Tour Manager for Tim Finn and Brooke Fraser and he’s done the same thing for bands such as george, Alex Lloyd, and Thirsty Merc. For seven years he held arguably the most difficult and dangerous job in Australian music: he was Front of House and Tour Manager for Machine Gun Fellatio.
In 2004 Gareth – aka the Gigpiglet - established Gigpiglet Recordings and built his own recording facility in Waterloo, and since then has been involved in recording and mixing projects for the likes of Pinky Beecroft, Shane Nicholson, Thirsty Merc, The Beautiful Girls, Lyrics Born, Josh Pyke, Boy and Bear – The list goes on. Gigpiglet recordings also manages the careers of Alex Lloyd, Pinky Beecroft, Jack Carty, RUFUS and Athron.
In 2008 he set up Gigpiglet Presents, a company formed to handle designing and producing events throughout Australia with clients including NOVA radio, National Geographic, Westpac Bank, The Australian Open, Murdoch Books and most recently his very own event LIVE!@GPHQ.