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The Stacks / Press

““Andy Stack is more than just a singer/songwriter – he is a world-class guitarist who has written many excellent songs which he sings in a very natural, spontaneous way. He creates a palette of sound that is both sophisticated and accessible, a combination only seen in the likes of visionaries like Joni Mitchell.””

Cary Brown

"…Brilliant fiddle player Tania Elizabeth was one of the highlights of the festival. Elizabeth played a Celtic-inspired fiddle instrumental that was no short of mind-blowing…"

Ed Jack - American Songwriter Magazine

“…It’s a far twang from “My Old Kentucky Home” or “Foggy Mountain Breakdown”.  Fragmented and dissonant, full of fragile melody and tensile strength, this music, played by Andy Stack, evokes cracked-glass lyricism… ”

NY Times

"For this tour, Gauthier is accompanied only by the superb, Grammy-winning violinist Tania Elizabeth. The Canadian plays a custom-made five-string violin - the extra string adding a melancholy cello-like sound - and showed she could high-tail it too with a rousing solo fiddle song."

Martin Chilton - The Telegraph

"I fell…in love with The Duhks halfway through their opening number, "Mighty Storm", when fiddler Tania ELizabeth suddenly went into a fiddle breakdown. Seemingly in her own world half the time, swaying to the music, she was incredible."

Country Universe

"…one has to mention the sterling work by Tania Elizabeth whose fiddle playing is superb with a raw tortured feel about it, adding a sense of drama…"

Paul Kerr - Blabber 'N' Smoke

““ANDY STACK stepped up to the stage and belted out tunes in the style of Jeff Buckley. With his petite frame and grace, captivated the audience with his very competent backing band””

Emergenza music festival

"...an extraordinary performance on the fiddle from Tania Elizabeth. This is accompaniment of the highest level, mostly providing a complementary voice that can express everything from pain to light-hearted dance, but occasionally taking the lead voice with an eloquence and intensity that demands your complete attention."

John Davy - Flyinshoes Review

"Tania Elizabeth's fiddle playing…is outstanding and leaves you almost breathless."

Malcom Carter - Penny Black Music

"The violin playing of Tania Elizabeth on Rampart Street is up to her usual classy standard…"

Martin Chilton - The Telegraph

““Andy Stack’s guitar playing impresses with its fluidity and gracefulness.””

The Working Musician.com