“Proof a lady excelling in a mans world”
— Classic Rock magazine
Sporting a slam-bang rock ‘n’ roll band and a hard-core honky- tonk wail, Stacie Collins pushes the boundaries of rock, blues and country. A singer-songwriter and a bad-ass harmonica player in the style of Chicago Blues greats Little Walter and James Cotton, Collins has garnered a reputation for her high energy shows, diverse songwriting and unlike most chick-singers, they are not all about love and heartbreak.
Based in Nashville, TN, Stacie is a road warrior having performed countless shows in the USA and Europe over the past few years and has even spawned a Japanese “Stacie Collins” tribute band. In addition to touring, Collins, along with her writing partner, husband, band mate Al Collins (Jason & The Scorchers) have written, recorded and released five records on her own label.
Had her records been released twenty or thirty years ago, they would have sounded as natural on ’70s FM radio alongside ZZ Top and The Rolling Stones as they do next to contemporary rockers like the Drive-By Truckers or Blackberry Smoke.
“Just as there are people who come into your life like a hurricane destroying everything in their path, there are artists who will produce such a feeling when you see them live that nothing is ever the same. That is precisely what happened to me the first time I saw Stacie Collins” - RedHardnHeavy
“She is the Queen of Roadhouse Rock”
- Three Cords and the Truth
“The quality of the songs remains consistently high and shows a renewed development in Stacie Collins’ work”
- Hooked On Music
“The Boogie Queen is back!”
- Gaesteliste Internet Music Magazine
“Stacie Collins is a bad-ass chick and she can play the hell out of a harmonica” - The Rock and Roll Geek Show
A fiery honky-tonk heroine blessed with a powerful, gritty, and soulful voice.” - iTunes
“Vibrant, ass-kicking rock ‘n’ roll…” - Popdose
“Addictive hard-rockin,’ hard-livin’ honky-tonk you’ll want to O.D. on.” - Creative Loafing
“No frills US roots rock done to a Southern T” - Q Magazine