“This short and sweet piano ballad [Down to Our Last Dollar] sounds as old as the hills: he sings of a rusty old truck in a voice at least as rusted and trembling. This sounds genuinely impassioned, occasionally suggesting a very real restrained anger with it ‘s [sic] building arrangement: from piano and wailing harmonica to rusted, clanking drums, guitars and other sounds lurking on the edge. Pure Tom Waits.” (ReverbNation Crowd Review)
“Sorry Mr. Banker” is a great lyrical concept that fits in with today’s horrible wall st baloney .. it ‘s a great social commentary and historical piece .. we need more meaningful songs like this .. the lyrics are like the news, much like late 60s protest music .. the vocal is well executed with a humble down to earth feel .. nice harmonica at the end .. this song would be great for eclectic college stations and alternative stations with guts.” (ReverbNation Crowd Review)
“In These Hard Times, That We Might See Justice” stands out with a laid back bluesy groove bolstered by cascading piano notes, forceful guitar strumming and a fiery protestor’s heart that would make Woody Guthrie proud.” (Justin Kreitzer, ReviewYou)
“It’s rare to hear a collection of songs that is so raw, honest and classic sounding. While it won’t appeal to everyone, anyone who has more than a passing interest in folk will find this EP a very worthwhile listen.” (Ross Barber, ReviewYou)
“[Down to Our Last Dollar] connects Kirschner with Woody Guthrie as this track could have easily been written by Guthrie back during his time.” (Matheson Kamin, ReviewYou)
“A true story teller…” Marilyn Harper Smith
I’d love to hear what you think.