Shane Piasecki
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Shane Piasecki


Band Pop Singer/Songwriter


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"Just a Taste"

"Overall, the disc is just a taste of what Piasecki can do." - Soul Shine Magazine

"Anodyne Strut"

"An anodyne strut from this 21 year old." - Americana UK

"Perfect for Jesse Malin"

"Money Girl" would be perfect for the catalogue of Jesse Malin." - Roots Time

"Impressive Collection"

"An impressive collection of songs that take Piasecki's earlier coffeehouse style of acoustic songs and rocks them up with a full band." - Toledo Blade


"All for coffee..." (LP:2004)
"Paris" (single:2005)
"You're Here and I'm A Mess" (EP:2008)



Don't let the young looks fool you - Shane is a seasoned professional, having supported himself full-time as a working musician since age 18. Just turned 21, Shane recently relocated to Nashville, where he is attracting the interest of music publishers and engaging in co-write sessions with some of Music City's emerging talent. Nashville venues include Norm's River Roadhouse and Cadillac Ranch. Shane returns to Ohio on a regular basis for both solo and band dates.

As a solo acoustic performer, Shane's resume includes Lestat's West in San Diego, The Ark in Ann Arbor, The House of Blues in Cleveland, and Rockwood's Music Hall in NYC. He has shared bills with Patty Griffin, Minnie Driver and John Mayer, not to mention more pop-rock oriented acts such as Hanson and Hootie and The Blowfish.

Media described Shane Piasecki and his second album, “All for Coffee” as a combination of “great lyrics, tremendous melodies, and gifted vocals” (Mike McIntyre, WXKR 94.5FM); Others said that it was a “first-rate collection of songs, top-notch production values, and a consistent sense of purpose, with hints of Tracy Chapman slipped into the rhythmic vibe, spare arrangements and confessional songwriting style.” (Rod Lockwood, Toledo Blade.) Or, as the Toledo City Paper summed up, "Keep an eye on this lad." That disc reached number one on the Detroit Music Retail Collective chart, and peaked at number 19 on the national Alliance of Independent Media Stores sales chart.

Shane's latest release, a seven song EP titled "You're Here and I'm a Mess," was released in early '08. While prior recordings were folk oriented, the new EP explores a more pop-rock approach, and does so with an electric guitar indie-rock edge, thanks to Detroit producer Nolan Rossi.

This transition has been noted as "an impressive collection of songs that take Piasecki's earlier coffeehouse style of acoustic songs and rocks them up with a full band." (Toledo Blade) The mixture of folk sensibilities and more pop-rock production has been coined an "anodyne strut." (Americana UK) Sensing the potential, the seven songs have been referred to as "just a taste of what Piasecki can do." (Soul Shine Magazine) Demonstrating the music's diversity, the song "Money Girl" was described as perfect for the catalogue of indie rocker Jesse Malin. (Roots Time) Shane's live shows are noted for mixing "a sense of humor and romanticism." (Graffiti)

Shane is currently working with attorney/manager Larry Meyer, who also represents Chicago's eclectic roots and soul collective, JT & the Clouds; and with Poling Music Management. Booking inquiries can be directed to Tom Poling at 615-292-7913 or

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