Buffalo Stack


Being a musician in NYC is tough. You have to take a lot of gigs that you wouldn’t if you had the choice, the price of living is high and competition is fierce. In order to make all of your money in music in NYC, you have to be good – damn good. Andy Stack didn’t just survive – he thrived. For 13 years he played every gig in Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx that you can imagine, strapping his amp to a luggage cart and his guitars to his back. He took Subways, taxis, and walked blocks and blocks to rehearsals, gigs and recording studios, most often working to promote someone el[...]