“Graham is an excellent interpreter and re-appropriator of songs, with a hearty voice and an uncluttered Bert Jansch-esque guitar style.
Grey emerges as an accomplished songwriter, throwing around cutting couplets and catchy hooks and Stone-Lonergan provides a clean, fizzing fiddle accompaniment and sweet backing vocals.
Their enjoyment and passion for the subject is obvious and unfeigned and they take every opportunity to include the audience in the performance.”
Thomas Blake, Folk Radio UK review –
“What an incredible evening. Edward Thomas would have loved it!”
Emma Craigie – Chair of the Wells Literature Festival
“Talented troubadours Tim Graham and Robin Grey alternating on guitar and guitarlele, and the exquisitely skilled Canadian Chance Kellner on violin ….the Thomas material sounded fantastic” Cotswold Word Centre blog review
“I loved the quiet modesty you brought to such accomplished and unified musicianship… the whole evening was pretty well five-star for me!” Catriona Nicholson
“I have heard brilliant things back from the audience who really loved the gig.”
Sophie Haiselden, Farnham Maltings