The Shana Stack Band is one of the leading entertainers in New England.

The Group focuses on current country, and original music written by Ed Leavitt. One of Ed's songs, "Let it Go", has been featured in the movie Compliance which was released nationwide by Magnolia pictures.

The Shana Stack Band has opened on the Main Stage for such stars as Toby Keith (Bank of NH Pavilion), Craig Morgan (Delta Dental Stadium), Travis Tritt (New Hampshire Motor Speedway), and The Marshall Tucker Band (Northlands Live).  They have performed on the Magic Hat Stage at Bank of NH Pavilion for the following national acts:  Luke Bryan, Lady Antebellum, Brad Paisley, Kane BrownReba McEntire, Sugarland, The Band Perry, Rascal Flatts, and Little Big Town, Aaron Parker.

The band has performed shows all across New England at a variety of large venues including Turning Stone Casino in NY, Tupelo Music Hall, Bank of NH Pavilion, New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Toby Keith's Bar & Grill, Dartmouth College, The Colonial Theater, The Show Room and the Big E Fair.  

Shana has performed our National Anthem as well as The Canadian National Anthem at NH Motor Speedway which seats 75,000 people which was also televised nationally.

The Shana Stack Band has released 4 albums of original music: "You Can't Make Me Fall", "What You See Is What You Get", "Every Now and Then" and "Then and Now".  As well as a mini EP which featured their single "I Need A Day" which they released a music video for.  Their music can be found on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, YouTube and by visiting their music page where you can purchase hard copy CDs as well as downloads of their music. https://shanastack.com/listen

Without a doubt, The Shana Stack Band hits the stage with one goal in mind…To engage their audience and leave them wanting more.

"Pleasure And Pain makes the most of Stack’s beautiful, towering vocal. She sings with a power that could fill sails and send ships moving over the waves. Slowing it down on some verses, she uses her voice as a precise instrument, filling each vocal note with that extra something special. Listen to the way she handles the sustains in the close out and you might think you’re listening to a angel who just fell out of heaven". 

-Bill Copeland

Awards:

New England Music Awards Band of the Year (Multi-Genre)

New England Music Awards Country Band of the Year

The Independent Country Music Association's Country Band of the Year

Independent Country Music Association's Fans Choice Award

Album of the Year nominee for the Independent Country Music Association, Nashville, TN

World's Best Indie Band by Wiles Magazine

Country Artist of the Year by the Limelight Music Awards

Live Act of the Year by the Limelight Magazine Awards

Cider Magazine's Country Band of the Year