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Adela & Jude / Press

““For fans of other duos like The Civil Wars and even appealing to fans of recent mainstream artists like Mumford and Sons, Adela and Jude’s sound is sure to receive positive attention. Bringing back the sound of old traditional country music with a strong Americana and folk influence, Adela and Jude are sure to gain more fans and have the potential to bring Americana music into the limelight. ””

Amaris Rodriguez - musiqtone.com

"You guys are great! Can't wait to see you in 2014!"

Jennifer Fox, owner - Andy's Old Port Pub

"Probably one of the best roots acts we book here, great wonderful music. We always look forward to their return!"

David, Acton Boxbourgh Farmers Market

"You guys are great! Can't wait to see you in 2014!"

Jennifer Fox Andy's Old Port Pub

“For fans of other duos like The Civil Wars and even appealing to fans of recent mainstream artists like Mumford and Sons, Adela and Jude’s sound is sure to receive positive attention. Bringing back the sound of old traditional country music with a strong Americana and folk influence, Adela and Jude are sure to gain more fans and have the potential to bring Americana music into the limelight. ”

“Adela and Jude are the best thing I've found... if they are not at SXSW this year, I will be longing for that sound.”

Margeret Mackie - New Americana Folk

"One of the most engaging Americana acts I've heard in a long time. Their live performance is a must see."

B.C. - Performer Mag

" Within the Old Americana movement, you're lucky to find such faithful as Adela & Jude."

B. Bolin - NPR radio

“Taken right out of the Deep South, Adela and Jude are a much more than just male/female duo like the White Stripes or more locally, Mr. Airplane Man. They are concept artists with a repertoire focused on early folk and religious hymns. The revival seems to be working as the house is full of believers tonight. It’s a rowdy whooping and hollering kind of crowd. This duet is on par with Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys for most stage clutter. Though there are only two of them, they fill the back section of the Plough with various old instruments and trinkets that include some light-up Jesus decorations as well as some figurines newly acquired from a Voo Doo store. Their stories and songs keep the audience captivated until the wee hours. I haven’t had this much fun on a school night in a long time. (Kier Byrnes) ”

"Think the White Stripes meet the Carter Family - I love these guys!"

Sam Hainer - Boston Music

“Adela & Jude were the Best find at the 2011 New England Americana Fest ! - Lauren - a new fan”

NEAF 2011

“Adela & Jude was invited to perform at the Dark Hollow Musical Stomp Review - "We were honored to be invited to perform at this great concert series! " -”

"Adela & Jude bring a fresh breeze to a genre overwraught with imitators. They held the audience with toe tapping songs that sung about death and dying, yet the crowd cheered and hollered"

John Piere - Kaine Free Press

“Dirt Floor was a helluva place to make a record. Your stuff is great, hope I'll have the chance to check it out live soon! ”

Patrick Coman - myspace

" Six More Miles to the Graveyard" - by Adela & Jude - Selected as "Hank song of the Week" by Doug Gesler on Lost Highways - WMBR's Americana show - Saturday Mornings 8 to 10 !

Doug Gesler - WMBR

“Adela & Jude reaches top 10 on Deli Mag's Boston alt folk charts - Adela & Jude continues the mission of bringing long silent songs to life again”

deli mag

“Adela & Jude of TheyWillHateUs have brought a refreshing voice to the Alt Folk and Americana scene in New England. Their sound is 1930's authentic and their live shows vibrate with energy - catch them if you can!”

A. Smith - Deli Magazine

“Adela and Jude combine the old country music, revivalist leanings and a good dose of foot stomping.”

“2009 Winner of the Iguana Music Fund/Passim Folk Music Cultural Center Award for Musical Achievements.”

Club Passim

" When you need salvation, Adela & Jude are there"

Brother Rev Bob - The Gothpel Times