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"Cardine [was] shredding with a fury that would’ve given Jimi goosebumps"
"Come on Darlin’ is a song where Billy’s dobro weaves in and around the singers’ voices like a dancer whose had too much to drink but manages one incredibly graceful swoop and twirl after another. The result: your entertainment and amazement".
"It was angelic how he waved his fingers upon the strings and how those strings sang with grace and grit".
"The last band that really blew me away was The Biscuit Burners."
"Billy Cardine proves to be one of the new generation of resonator guitar players who truly understands the possibilities of the instrument."
"...the sharp-as-a-tack attack of Cardine’s dobro playing. He shows an instinctive ability on when to go country, when to lay back and when to add some psychedelic or Middle Eastern flavor to his sound."
““Billy Cardine is an amazing Dobro player...He is fluent in everything that I do, and Josh Graves, and everybody that has come before. I got to be with him for a little while at Carnegie Hall for Edgar Meyer’s “Porous Borders”... I couldn’t have picked a better example for them of where the Dobro is now or what the possibilities are with the instrument.” --Jerry Douglas”