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Stacy Loggins
The Tobago Bay Band, Concord Duo
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Stacy Loggins (USN Retired), a native of Las Vegas, was a member of the United States Navy Band, Washington, D.C. from 1994-2019. He earned a Bachelor of Music from Cameron University in 1991 and a Master of Music from East Carolina University in 1993, both in percussion performance. While at ECU, he won the East Carolina Concerto Competition, served as the Marching Pirates Drumline Instructor, and performed in the steel band, Panama Steel. He has written for Percussive Notes magazine, and has performed with the Lawton Philharmonic Orchestra, the Georgetown Symphony, the McLean Symphony Orchestra, the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra, the Cathedral Choral Society Orchestra and has played multiple shows at the Grammy Award winning Signature Theatre in Arlington, Virginia. He is also a member of the Concord Duo, a clarinet/percussion duo based in Alexandria, VA, and has recorded extensively with the Navy Band and Omega Recording Studios.

A frequent Navy Band soloist, Loggins was a featured marimba, xylophone, and steel pan soloist on more than 100 national tour performances, showcase concerts, and chamber recitals. He has performed in all 48 continental United States, written many Navy Band percussion arrangements, and has performed in Sweden, Norway, Quebec, St. Thomas, and Russia. He is an active freelance percussionist in the Washington, D.C. area, and he has appeared with many of the country’s top ensembles and musicians. He also established, manages, and frequently performs in his regional calypso band, Tobago Bay, throughout Washington, D.C., Virginia, and Maryland.