A couple of musical powerhouses… charismatic charm… experienced, gifted, original and extremely likeable.
…With Bray on vocals, guitar (finger style acoustic and Weissenborn slide) and Wright supplying vocals, cello, accordion and rhythmic wizardry, the two-hour show literally flew by.
The easy-going pair took turns being featured and introducing the songs, with the other providing the utmost in sensitive and capable back-up.
It's not that easy to describe their material other than to say there was nothing resembling a weak or lacklustre moment in either of their sets. The pacing was spot-on.
Jim Sinclair, Castlegar News
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Phenomenal talent! …an evening of pure entertainment.
Tracy Mulhall, Snap South Simcoe
David Joyce, Newmarket Folk Society
This album is your perfect Sunday morning music – thoughtful, heart-ful and hopeful lyrics combined with strong, well-performed instrumentation that stays on the mellow side, for the most part.
While having lots in common with many contemporary folk music productions, this CD also has that lovely singularity that makes playing it over and over a real probability.
A dynamic sympathy between these (usually solo performer) singer-songwriters has produced the best kind of collaboration. They sail.
Susan Braedley, Orillia Folk Society
Vince Morash, Rose & Kettle Sessions, Cole Harbour, NS
It's stellar, it's really nice to see quality out there… [they] work together so well, it's such a treat to hear those instruments together… the subtleties, the gorgeous subtleties of every little nuance!
Longevity John, Duncan Garage Showroom, Duncan, BC
A wonderful performance. The best way I could think to open my new venue!
Brigitte Faramin, 2nd Street Studio B, Grand Forks, BC
One of the best Sessions I've ever seen!
Chip Veinotte, Lunenburg Sessions, Lunenburg, NS
You guys are a treat for the senses! [My guests] were raving about the wee house concert! Thanks again for the treat.
Kathryn McIntosh, Clifton, NB
It really touched my soul – your music reached deep down.
Bill Kayelich, Crumbs Cafe, Fredericton, NB
[The audience was] very impressed with your performance and it was great to have such a successful night to kick off my new venue.
Maggie Scott, Brookside Cottage, Hubbards, NS
Robert Rountree, fan
Wow! I heard you guys on CBC the other day and was absolutely blown away.
Darcy Good, fiddle player and fan
A little him, a little her, a little them. Much more than the sum of its parts.
Paul Court, Orillia Folk Society