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Cameron "Cam" Molloy / Press

"The Drivin' Wheel" takes a full cycle through Traditional Country with a bite of Southern Rock'n Blues to boot on this ambitious album by Cameron Molloy. This lead singer delivers with a sturdy eloquence and confidence at the microphone ,backed on some songs by very "pretty" harmonies from his gals stage left and right Instrumentally, all is tied together by some of the sweetest guitar work around including a sampling of superb pedal steel in all the right places. "Big Muddy River" goes 'round the bend to just the right groove and 'Talkin Louisianne" matches it in its country rock sound.But extra special to me , all in all, are Cameron's love songs, notably-"Just One Tender Kiss" It is more than just a love song, it's about family and we don't hear enough of this kind of music these days. Very well done! Charles Ecker of the C.R.Ecker Band

“This Tuesday at 9:00pm Eastern time I will be interviewed by Douglas Dickens for his show Nothing But that Blues on www.mixposure.com. We will be talking about the new recording, songwriters and songwriting, guitar puckers, growing tomatoes and just about anything else that comes up. Stop by and have a listen.”

C molloy - Nothing But the Blues

" the lyrics and performance are most excellent"

Gail Chasin - reverbnation

“Will be doing a guest set at the Snoring Sasquatch in Creston , British Columbia with the Carl Erickson Band, Sunday June 30th.”

Self - Self

“Absolutely wonderful music to listen to.”

Wade Braines, NZ - Reverbnation

"Classic vocals and song writing skills here"

Johnson Ramm - Reverbnation

" really knocked out by the high level of song Kraft and musicianship on this page"

MikeWhitePresents - Reverbnation

“Molloy fronts Vancouvers purist fusions of rock and western music”

Vancouver Province

“A fine country song writer”

Tom Harrison - Vancouver Sun

“Molloy and company employ heavy Spanish, reggae and jazz influences into their songs, effortlessly, unapprehensively and most important, successfully. Dave Veitch , Calgary Sun ”

Dave Veitch - Calgary Sun