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"Rolland’s angelic voice and elegant guitar elevate her observances of the natural world into a gorgeous meditation on our collective place in the world." [8/29/2018]

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—Wide Open Country

"There is a lot to explore and hear and see and after listening to it a few times, you come away feeling a bit more enlightened." [8/1/18]

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—Shawn Underwood, Twangville

"This is a mature record in many ways, with the right balance of sparser songs to go along with the type of bluegrass that has a lot of atmosphere and movement to it. " [7/24/2018]

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—If It's Too Loud...

"Seed and Silo is an excellent set of songs with no flaws or weak links. Rebekah Rolland is a major talent." [7/18/18]

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—Mark Nenadic, Americana UK

"I could listen to Rolland’s emotive “lonesome sound” for hours. She’s a rising star in the Americana and mountain music world." [7/16/18]

—Ear to the Ground

"A mystical story eternally told, “Hole In the Earth” is the spectral, crystalline and sweeping new single from Tucson’s Rebekah Rolland." [7/11/2018]

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—The Autumn Roses

"The arrangements are sophisticated and at times complex, and yet Rebekah's pristine vocal, so at home and sweet in the higher octaves, is the one constant throughout." [6/30/18] 

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—Zocalo Magazine

"In its heart there’s an auburn-toned and pastoral poem, its images sharply drawn from a distant, indelible memory. " [6/21/18]

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—The Autumn Roses

"Built around a light-footed melody and wispy instrumentation, Rolland's subtle folk number effortlessly evokes nostalgic images of our landscapes' natural beauty." [6/20/2018]

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—Jonathan Frahm, PopMatters

"A graceful melody is the musical bed for the delicate vocals of Tuscon, Arizona songwriter, Rebekah Rolland." [6/6/2018]

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—The Alternate Root

"Rebekah Rolland is a welcome addition to the Americana indie-music scene." [5/31/2018]

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—Magnet Magazine

"With a delicate and graceful melody, it ["Standing Still"] dances around abandoned plows in fields filled with quiet storied homes as Rolland’s voice paints a picturesque story and an acoustic guitar brings the setting to life. [5/4/2018]

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—The Daily Country

" In her latest release Standing Still, Rebekah displays her soulful voice that is sure to ease your worries." [5/31/2018]

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—Next Women of Country

"The trumpets and piano interaction will make fans of Sufjan’s Michigan sit up and take notice. In short, if you’re anywhere on the folk music spectrum, you should be checking this out." [5/28/2018]

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—Independent Clauses

"With its wonderful layering of instruments it’s a full 10 out of 10 on the musical beauty scale." [5/22/18] 

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—Jonathan Aird, Americana UK

"A hopefully melancholy shimmers, mirage-like, but as you draw closer you see each detail, carved thoughtfully with care and invention." [5/17/18]

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—The Autumn Roses

"If the Americana world still has room for another breakout star in 2018, Rolland may just be it, bringing a heartfelt thoughtfulness to her music that evokes shades of such artists as Sarah Jarosz and Aoife O’Donovan." [5/14/18]

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—Jonathan Frahm, For Folk's Sake

“...seeps beneath your guard until it feels like an old friend.”

—Paul Woodgate, Folk Radio

“...lush, angelic harmonies...every note is saturated and full-bodied...seasoned and timeless” 

—Maeri Ferguson, Glide Magazine

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