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Charles Reynolds / Press

“When: Sat., May 21, 2-10 p.m. 2011 Price: Free harveymilkfestival.com Hot on the heels of the release of their new Bloodshot Records LP, Death of a Decade, Midwest alt country rockin’ Ha Ha Tonka hits Sarasota to head up the second annual festival celebrating the country's first openly-gay politician, Harvey Milk. A huge bill of local acts support, among them, A Fragile Tomorrow, Sons of Hippies, Charles Reynolds, meteorEYES, Friends of Giants and many others. — Leilani Polk”

“The Friday, October 9, 2010, “ROOTS” concert and art exhibition in St. Petersburg, Florida, had an incredible turnout of people. It was standing room only inside and outside of the café, as one band or musician after another filled the refreshing night air with cool vibes, soothing lyrics, and sensational beats. The outside event lit up the town for five hours of free music that drew in a large crowd. The jazzy original tunes played by La Lucha had everyone’s head bobbing and fingers tapping. The harmonious voices from Las Solitarias was a treat, as well as the spunk and fire from Charles Reynolds and Ngaire Young, who took turns entertaining the audience with their inspiring songs. The Jamaican rhythms and profound lyrics shared by Badda Skat was a lesson in truth with sassy Caribbean beats.”

“Satellite Kill already has several other performance dates for the month of October including a highly industrious visually based performance scheduled for the 30th at Sacred Grounds Coffee House. I highly recommend that anyone who appreciates the value of experimental art attend one of his future performances.”

S.C. Sparks - The Tampa Bay Indie

"The overall energy of Charles' performance was overpowering. His original songs present a classically inspired angelic guitar composition with deep meaningful lyrics. And his creative performance techniques, including alternate tuning, draw the listener into an abstract dimension. He further engages his audience with a light sense of humor and encourages audience participation during his performance. Nathan Eaton expresses his enthusiasm saying, 'This man's a genius; He's going to change the face of music for better and for worse.'"

S.C. Sparks - The Tampa Bay Indie

“Charles' one guitar act allows the listener to transcend to a plane of understanding with each of the themes presented by the greatly varied covers and the few originals he performed. 'His Vocals are strong and pure. Matt Demko, a listener, quoted, He has his own voice, which seems hard for a lot of people.  Despite his own strong personal voice, he is able to transcend to the culturally diverse atmosphere of the many covers.'"”

S.C. Sparks - The Tampa Bay Indie

“I am immediately drawn in by the clarity of the sound. The clear, clean strumming of Charles' acoustic guitar excites the emotions and moves the listener.”