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"The combination of bongos and mandolin is rather unusual. The vocalists harmonize very well together. Their sound is redolent of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. The melody is very simple. I can picture crowds of young people singing along to this at Coachella. The instrumental jam shows real musical skill. Nice folk rock. The closing strum of a mandolin chord gives it the right punctuation mark."
A Reverbnation fan's crowd review of "Home" by The Weathered Road

"nice acoustic folk touch to my day. Love the slap drums, it gives the song some individuality compared to music today. I cant even name all of the instruments used in the song which is awesome. Great soft sound that is quite relaxing. The singers harmonize well together. Definitely a great one here!"
~Crowd Review of the track "Home" by The Weathered Road

"Freshest stuff I've heard in years!" - Donnie Iris ~
- Donnie Iris

"They call their sound AmeriCeltic Newgrass. The name fits, as the songs on the release alternately evoke Appalachian hoedowns and the intimacy of music heard in small Irish pubs."
- Rege Behe, Pittsburgh Tribune Review [+]