Now playing on 501 Soundclick stations
"Will, Fliss and Paul are three excellent musicians
who absolutely love to play - enthusiastic, joyful
and really good people. When The Rosinators play
everyone in the room has a smile on their face. Go
to see them. Get the album. You won't regret it."
[Gail Comfort, CMR Nashville]
"Rapidly gaining a reputation as one of the UK's
finest bands...If you've not heard their music yet
then you really are missing something great!!"
[Dee Hallett, British Bluegrass News]
"WHEN I FIRST PLAYED THIS CD, I HAD TO
CHECK THAT this was an all British line up.
The band plays with such simplicity, clarity and
authenticity that I thought they must have ancestral
roots going back to the Blue Ridge Mountains at
least.....The three members of this band show what
can be done by letting their undeniable talent and
the simplicity of songs speak for themselves....I can
tell you that I am sent many CDs for review but only
a few make me want to play them again and again.
This is one of the few."
[Cajun Life & Times Magazine]
"You guys (and gal) have flat got it. I've about
burned laser grooves in your CD since I arrived
home. Bill Monroe must be smiling as he gazes
toward London alongside Blind Willie Johnson,
Dewey Balfa, Keith Whitley, and Chubby Wise.
Oh - and I love the name!"
[Jack Bernhardt, Raleigh News & Observer
"When American roots music deejays rave about
bluegrass passion, Cajun verve and country-gospel
authenticity, you know that The Rosinators are
the real deal. From deep in the heart of Balham
Alligator territory, the London-based trio have
added their own stamp to the American old time
tradition so convincingly that most of their
radio airplay comes from US stations. Formed in
2001, they blazed out of the traps with dynamic
three-part vocal harmonies and fiery twin-fiddle
attacks driven by crackin' guitar picking."
[Acoustic Music Centre, Edinburgh Festival Fringe]
"For a band hailing from London, The Rosinators
have a truly unexpected sound. This is American
roots music with a huge capital A the size of Texas.
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