CD Reviews 

The Wailin’ Jennys – Bright Morning Stars

www.soundblab.com – UK What is clear to most of us now is that folk is once again popular, surging to the surface to bask in the glow of musical acclaim. Anybody can have a go, whether you’re British, American or … Continued

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The Wailin’ Jennys – Bright Morning Stars

www.forfolkssake.com – UK By Paul Kellner The Wailin Jennys’ Bright Morning Stars is of the utmost quality, but requires a little time to take root in one’s mind. The harmonies are perfect, the dynamics are truly moving, and every track … Continued

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The Trio Turn in Their Most Polished Disc to Date

www.americana-uk.com – UK By Keith Hargreaves Five years in the making, Bright Morning Stars is a highly anticipated follow up to the Jenny’s 2006 offering ‘Firecracker’. Expanding on the broad palette of that disc, BMS opens with the understated soul … Continued

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The Wailin’ Jennys – Bright Morning Stars

www.whisperinandhollerin.com By Martin Raybould I’ve had more than my fair share of grief in the past for my fondness for ‘wailin’ women’. There is, I recognise, a breed of female bluegrass and/or folk singers with voices are very much an … Continued

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The Wailin’ Jennys – Bright Morning Stars

The Daily Mirror – UK The third original album from the New York/Canadian trio is an intoxicating blend mixing heartbreak, cross-patterned harmonies, classical, jazz and Celtic folk.  Shine on. 4 Stars.

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Album Review – The Wailin’ Jennys “Bright Morning Stars”

Yahoo! Associated Content By Jonathan Sanders If you’re looking for the next great crossover folk album, look no further than the Wailin’ Jenny’s Bright Morning Stars. The album, from Winnipeg, Manitoba’s Juno-award winning folk combo, is one of the finest … Continued

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New Album from Canadian Folk Roots Trio Following Three Award Winning Albums

Electric Ghost – UK By Lee Edwards All three band members Ruth Moody, Nicky Mehta, and Heather Masse contribute equally and play a variety of instruments; acoustic guitar, accordion, banjo, and ukulele. The title track, Bright Morning Stars, is a … Continued

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Album review: “Bright Morning Stars”

The Washington Post By Geoffrey Hines It’s always tricky to assemble a vocal harmony group from singer-songwriters. The knack that makes the harmonies work — the ability to blend selflessly — often conflicts with the essential element of songwriting — … Continued

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The Wailin’ Jennys – Bright Morning Stars

Rock ‘N’ Reel – UK By Dave White Album number four from Canada’s Wailin’ Jennys and it’s their best yet.  While each of its predecessors offered some truly memorable moments, earning the band awards and fans around the world, Bright … Continued

The Wailin’ Jennys – Bright Morning Stars

The Uniter – University of Winnipeg Newspaper – CANADA By Robin Dudgeon One thing is certain: when you hear the Wailin’ Jennys, you can’t help but be stunned by the unearthly harmonies of Ruth Moody (soprano), Nicky Mehta (mezzo) and … Continued

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