Since 2005, Lucas Stagg's relentless tour schedule has seen approximately two hundred shows annually, including several Canadian and U.S. Tours.
2007 brought the release of 'Great Big Gone'. This acoustic/roots project was produced by Dan Walsh (Fred Eaglesmith & the Flying Squirrels), and was Stagg's first release on Busted Flat Records.
In that same year, Lucas formed his rock band (Lucas Stagg Band, or, Stagg Band) with bassist Daniel Alac, and then drummer, Chris Flannigan. The band has been touring non-stop, and have recorded two albums at Kitchener’s River Edge Studios. Both 'Concrete' and ‘Stubborn Moon’ have been well received by fans and critics alike, the latter being the most critically acclaimed in Stagg's catalogue thus far.
Stagg has had the distinct privilege of sharing the stage with such world-renowned songwriters as: Peter Case, Ray Materick, Andy White, Bill Bourne, Shannon Lyon, and Tom Wilson. Performing with his band, he has opened nights for the likes of: The Headstones, Rik Emmett Band, Frankie Venom & Teenage Head, Tricky Woo, Luke Doucet & The White Falcon, and many more.
2012 updated the Stagg Band lineup as well, with Cleave Anderson (Blue Rodeo, The Screwed) joining the group as the new drummer.
'Good Things' (2013), is a laid back collaboration with singer/ songwriter/ tourmate, and sometimes 'Skydigger', Paul MacLeod. Lucas also produced MacLeod's latest album, 'Gauge', for Busted Flat Records.