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"With raw honesty, Lewis sings with a spine tingling melody that commands attention. The steady beat of drums intertwine with deep bass, energetic strings and a harmony filled chorus." [5/7/2018] 

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—Rob Ross, Pop Dose

"Led by violin, upright bass, and Lewis' vocals, which convey an emotional mix of truth, anger, and determination, “Buzzard’s Bluff”, is a cathartic release that centers around a hidden darkness that lies beneath the visible beauty of the Ozarks." [4/13/18]

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—The Daily Country

"Hauntingly beautiful with lyrics that will leave you pondering." [04/02/18]

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—Madison Blom, Imperfect Fifth

"Buzzard's Bluff is a survivor's guide to healing, through and through, and it deserves a spin or hundred." [3/28/18]

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—Rachel Cholst, No Depression

"The sounds of Merle Haggard, EmmyLou Harris, and Waylon Jennings became a familiar chorus of voices that influenced her own storytelling." [3/13/18]

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—Next Women of Country

"'Buzzard's Bluff' is a tour de force of songwriting that digs deep and hits gold." [3/13/18]

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—Rachel Cholst, Adobe & Teardrops

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—Twang Nation

"Burnished but gritty, plain spoken but poetic, “It Ain’t Killed Me Yet” is the assured and unchained new single from Chicago’s Jodee Lewis." [3/5/18]

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—The Autumn Roses

"Jodee Lewis may have travelled North from Missouri to settle in Chicago, but she didn’t bring the blues with her: she’s traditional country, spinning tales to guitar, fiddle and banjo accompaniment." [2/8/18]

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—Jonathan Aird, Americana UK

"It feels timeless, a song without age or dated accents. Equal parts sylvan barnburner and intense self-analysis, it speaks to the present by evoking the dramatic honesty that clings to the past." [2/2/18]

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—Joshua Pickard, Nooga

“'Buzzard’s Bluff' opens with a haunting chill that quickly becomes an anthemic march." [1/11/18]

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—The Fat Angel Sings

"As popular country music keeps moving farther and farther away from its traditional Nashville roots, it’s always great to find that certain artist who brings the nostalgic sound back home." [1/23/18]

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—MAGNET Magazine

"Her new single, Buzzard’s Bluff opens with a haunting chill that quickly becomes an anthemic march." [1/11/2018]

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—Mad Mackerel

"Her latest single, "Buzzard's Bluff," has the feel of old school country in the vein of Merle Hagard and Dolly Parton." [1/5/2018]

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—If It's Too Loud...

"Quite an entrance, like the Velvet Underground, which is all the more surprising when you hear what follows." [1/11/2018]

—mp3hugger

"'Buzzard’s Bluff'" is a cathartic release from deep within the Missouri Ozarks. The natural lush landscapes are home to beautiful views, but just like the numerous birds of prey, a dark secret is always circling." [1/10/18]

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—Paste Magazine

"With a raw and honest cadence, Jodee Lewis sings with a spine tingling melody that commands attention."

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—No Depression

"If you actually like country, then it’s a must. If not, this one’s worth a shot." [4/13/2015]

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—Lovesound Magazine

 "It's always refreshing to come across an artist whose music doesn't fall prey to the makings of that big money machine in the sky."

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—BabySue.com

"She populates her songs with characters that duck responsibility, drink too much, and are nearly always left high and dry. But they have a rueful humor as well." [3/6/15]

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—WORLD Magazine Online

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