'Sometimes an album is so good it's hard to turn off. Such is the case with NORTHERN TRACKS, the debut release by Tony Dzik. Many commercial releases in the country/folk genre lack the passion all good music needs. But not NORTHERN TRACKS...Songs like WALKIN' DOWN A DEAD-END STREET, TELL ME WHERE SHE MIGHT BE TONIGHT, and EVERYTHING'S COME UNDONE sound like Dzik has lived every word he's written.' -Jeff Barron, 'Music For Your Eyes' PORTSMOUTH DAILY TIMES '4 stars ****...a very different style of folk music.' -Dave Peters, COUNTRY 97.4 FM, New South Wales, Australia NEWS All songs published by Really Average Tunes (ASCAP) in Nashville, Tennessee. Over Memorial Day Weekend 2001, Tony played at Ambassador Charlie Ray's Nashville Music Festival. Songs from the CD have received airplay on radio stations in Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia, as well as in The Netherlands (Tony is becoming HUGE IN HOLLAND!), Australia, U.K., Poland, Sweden, Belgium, and Norway.