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Mike Stack Takes Wheels On The Road (Calgary, January 6, 2003...)
Calgary singer-songwriter Mike Stack takes his first solo release I Need Wheels, on the road with stops in February in Nashville and Austin in March. Stack's musical journey has taken him from leading two critically-acclaimed Canadian bands, The Burners in the late 1980's and The Grift in the 90's both noted for highly energetic bluesy rock n' roll and tex mex original tunes to the release of his first solo project in 2002.

I Need Wheels has earned radio play on CKUA and CBC networks and internationally in Japan, Belgium and Texas. He has wowed crowds at the auspicious Calgary Folk Festival and many other festivals and singer songwriter stages across the country. Stack's trip down south will take him to the places that continue to inspire songwriters that have graced similar stages including his musical heroes John Prine, Guy Clarke, Steve Earle and Kevin Welch. Watch for updates on Stack's journey and don't miss his shows listed above.

CKUA Radio Network

"FOLK ROUTES with Tom Coxworth is a personable two-hour pleasure cruise through the full spectrum of folk and folk-oriented music. Tom brings personal enthusiasm and a long involvement in Alberta's folk music community to his role as host. Each week, Tom explores both traditional and contemporary music development, tracing folk music from its European traditions to the blended influences of modern North American folk stylings. FOLK ROUTES also supports the folk music community in Alberta, through promotion of events and artists and interviews with promoters and performers."

"FOLK ROUTES ... Sundays from 4:00 to 6:00pm."

MIKE STACK CD RELEASE (FFWD - November 3, 2001)

"...Mike Stack, has wrapped his soul around Calgary after his birth in France and residencies in Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia..."

CD STACKED WITH TALENT (November 2, 2001)

"The debut disc from Stack, former member of bands The Burners and The Grift, is an exceptional album of highways, backroads, heartaches and tear stains that's packed with honeyed harmonies, Tex-Mex melodies, and classic and contemporary rural twang."

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