Stackabones' bass player Chip Clofine was profiled by the Delaware County Daily Times when Stackabones played the Americana Roots Ramble Festival in Media PA.
"The mixture of very strong melodic tunes, solid rhythmic drive and intense improvisation makes a Stackabones show the amazing experience that it is… The members come from diverse musical backgrounds and they fuse together these genres to form a unique sound, which when coupled with their brilliant improvisation, is constantly evolving… Do yourself a favor and catch this great group in action. You’ll be glad you did."
-- Relix Magazine, New York
"Incorporating ‘60s psychedelic, free-form jazz, bar-room boogie and the tradition of folk storytelling, Stackabones combine a healthy slate of well-crafted originals with obscure and popular covers."
-- Sierra Sun, Truckee, CA
"Some of the finest psychedelic jamming on the Central Coast. The definitive jam band."
-- Santa Cruz Sentinel, Santa Cruz, CA
"The Bones are from the String Cheese/Phish/Porch Chops school of country-influenced psychedelic bands that are picking up where the Dead left off. If you're a fan of bluegrass and/or the Haight Street sound, this band will blast the cobwebs right out of your skull."
-- Good Times, Santa Cruz, CA
"One of the most in-demand bands-in-residence on the Central Coast since the mid '80s."
-- Coast Weekly, Monterey, CA