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Tony Halchak / Press

"The quality of [A Tale of Acadie] is beautiful. I especially love [Halchak's] voice on 'Sister of Mercy'; so fragile. This is quite profound."

Ed Randazzo - Singer/Songwriter

"His latest effort “A Tale of Acadie” has its basis in a Henry Wadsworth Longfellow poem that he has masterfully put to music."

Mike McKenna - PA Music Scene

"For me, [Halchak's] vocal quality and range are really quite similar to Bruce Springsteen and Jack Johnson. For fans of Bruce, you may appreciate the rasp and semi-transparent melody line that accompanies this style."

Jim Munster - PA Music Scene

"Fans of [Halchak's] previous bands might wonder why it took him so long to get behind the microphone. [His] singing voice — full, rich, smooth and alluring."

Alan K. Stout - The Weekender