Stajcer Announces Fall Solo Tour!

Playing songs from his debut “Will I Learn To Love Again?” Stajcer is travelling solo halfway across the country and making stops in Halifax (NS), Montreal (QC), Hamilton (ON), Toronto (ON), Trenton (ON), and Alma (NB). For more details and tickets, click here.

  • Saturday, September 1 – Halifax, NS – Halifax Urban Folk Festival Songwriter’s Circle w/Dustin Bentall and Makayla Lynn @ The Anchor
  • Monday, September 3 – Montreal, QC – Barfly w/Meredith Moon
  • Wednesday, September 5 – Hamilton, ON – Casbah w/Lori Yates, Brennagh Burns & Mike Kerr
  • Thursday, September 6 – Toronto, ON – Burdock w/Graham Nicholas
  • Saturday, September 8 – Trenton, ON – Old Church Theatre w/Jerry Leger
  • Monday, September 10 – Ottawa, ON – Bar Robo
  • Saturday, September 15 – Alma, NB – Holy Whale Brewery/Buddha Bear Café
  • Saturday, September 22 – Avonport Landing, NS – North Along The Shore Jamboree

Listen to the album here and check out what you’re in for with some reviews of the album:

“Stajcer’s debut has arrived, and it’s a full country opus. Looks like we got us another country outlaw here, with some rough­ and­ ready real stuff, like those Waylon and Willie hits of back in the day.”

– Bob Mersereau (Top 100 Canadian Blog)

“[Stajcer’s] a pretty good storyteller,…”

– Doug Gallant (The Guardian PEI)

“Stajcer’s drawling voice is perfect at pulling the emotion out of each syllable in these songs… Stajcer’s vocal range is an impressive feat on this album. He’s definitely at home down in the trenches of those deep, rumbling notes, but songs like “Wildfires” show that he’s able to reach heart-wrenching heights as well… [How Long Could I Wait] is the perfect climax: thrilling and satisfying but ultimately leaving you wanting more.”

– Alex Cook (The East)

“Stajcer’s classic country aura is all over this album. Overflowing with a mix of slow-burning ballads and knee-tapping violin and banjo bangers that would make the greats proud… Modern country gets a much-needed throwback with Thomas Stajcer’s debut- chalk full of rowdy choruses and old-school heartbreak ballads. Combined with his deep, slightly raspy vocals the Maritimes country-rocker delivers a debut with the same energy and level of production you would expect from a seasoned professional. If this album is only the start, I’m predicting a great career ahead for this up-and-comer.”

– Rebecca Mattina (Canadian Beats)

“‘In The Long Run’ is an absolute gem here, starting and finishing with a distinct Johnny Cash influence to satisfy the Outlaw fans once more, before tossing in a quick change of tempo that shifts instantly to the new era. This temporary jolt, and seamless transition back and forth, unites both generations and influences nicely; making those second, third, fourth and fifth spins much more meaningful, and making ‘In The Long Run’ one of the best, and pivotal, works on the album.”

– Martin Noakes (

Canadian Country Music Association’s Spotlight Contest

Thomas Stajcer was selected to represent Music Nova Scotia in the Canadian Country Music Association’s Spotlight Contest, but he needs your help! On the line for Stajcer is a showcase at this year’s CCMA in Hamilton, ON, and you can get him there by voting for him below:
To access the CCMA online Spotlight Performance contest voting poll CLICK HERE.
To vote, click the link above and select the performer you would like to see have a spotlight performance at Country Music Week 2018 in Hamilton, Ontario. The individual with the most votes by Friday, June 22 at 5:00 p.m. EST will be the winner and have the opportunity to perform at Country Music Week. Please note: the survey only allows for one (1) vote per IP address – so please make sure your one vote counts!
Voting is NOW OPEN and will close on Friday, June 22 at 5:00 p.m. EST
On behalf of the CCMA and the participation of the Provincial Music Industry Association and the Provincial Country Music Industry Association, happy voting! For more information regarding the rules and regulations of the 2018 Canadian Country Music Association Spotlight Performance contest, please CLICK HERE.