This just in from Roots Music Review

We just got word of this review from Duane Verh in the Roots Music Report.

“Marideth Sisco’s voice is an instrument pure and true, delivering a bounty of unvarnished emotion on a captivating set of masterful play and graceful arrangements, firmly grounded in heartland tradition. Whether conveying her power through understatement, as on Tom Waits’ “The House Where Nobody Lives”, through a high fever- Buffy St. Marie’s “Codine”, or via her warm-hearted, co-penned originals, Ms. Sisco never fails to convince the listener. Her bandmates provide splendid pickin’ and vocal support. Fiddler Billy Ward snags his share of the spotlight. Their version of Natalie Merchant’s “Motherland” is not to be missed.

Reviewed By: Duane Verh”

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5 Responses to This just in from Roots Music Review

  1. hosier1 says:

    This reviewer said it plain and simple…very good. Think you and Leonard should do a duet.

  2. Betty says:

    I love reading these articles because they’re short but inomifatrve.

  3. Such a good tea time treat Angie! I read your post about Tangzhong starter, very interesting I have to try it. I'm not very good with starter…this made with flour and water seems easy.

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