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“STEVE AND I LOVE YOUR SONGS YOUR VOICE, EVERY THINGS!! YOU ARE A SUPER TALENTED ARTIST AND GOT EVERYTHING! YOU DESERVE YOUR BIG SUCCESS! CONGRATULATIONS AGAIN FROM BOTH OF US!! THANK YOU AGAIN FOR THIS SUPER CONCERT! HAVE A GOOD TRIP IN SINGAPORE! MANY KISSES AND HUGS! ”

Nicole - Kimhightowermusic.com

“Kim Hightower's Cemetery Road is a plethora of sounds. It has songs that will make you tap your feet to an endless array of good times with "The Change" to songs that treat the heart to a powerful pack of emotion like "Joey." Her passion comes through in every song and allows listeners to connect to her message. Kim's voice and demeanor will garner fans of Aimee Mann and Liz Phair, so fans of those musical women are urged to pick up, and respect Kim Hightower's Cemetery Road.”

Kendra Beltran - Bryan Farrish Radio Promotions

“FALL by Tony Mawdesley. Bluewolf has been given a copy of a yet unreleased album and to say the least Bluewolf is impressed. Interesting and intriguing, bitter, but reflective,FALL has a beat or rather rhythm all of its own, one which draws you into this raw release from long time musician and songwriter Tony Mawdesley – perhaps better known in recent times as the lead singer in The Brendan Collins Band. FALL is an album which is filled with emotion, raw feeling and total talent, touching the nerve on some tracks and others simply addressing the basic underlying emotions of peoples of today’s world looking for something more in their lives and wondering why…….. The various tracks probably didn’t start out presenting a snapshot of emotion, and if asked he may deny it is an album of life and emotion over several decades, but whatever the inspiration it has melded into a reflection of the world lost for love. Or does it? ”

“Fall by Tony Mawdesley (cont) Each track addresses life’s many issues from falling out of love, hatred, challenging exactly where, as individuals we stand in relation to God and how we relate to our conscious. Deep, almost dark on Heart Attack, not what it seems, but perhaps more than was originally intended, followed by the very catchy Where Would You Be Without Love completely changes the tempo of the album and as intended takes you off guard. The loss of a long-time partner in Don’t Go and how you move on in life after what you consider devastation, finalises an incredibly well presented synopsis of life, love and challenge drawing you back time and time again to the mastery which is pure talent, giving the listener a glimpse into the small window which is modern life with all of the underlying emotions. Beautifully presented and played, the words reach out with meaning to all who take the time to truly listen: to not only the music but also the lyrics which accompany. ”