“Up and coming star Chelsea Cavanaugh performed at her first FrogFest at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds with Justin Moore and
James Wesley. And if you ask me, she can come back anytime. After FrogFest, Chelsea heads to open a show for Darius Rucker
and Sheryl Crow. She’ll be a busy girl all summer. You can follow Chelsea on Twitter and Facebook to see where she’ll be next.
She’s headed to the big time if you ask me. Remember the name Chelsea Cavanaugh. She’ll on the country charts soon and hopefully back playing another show with us.”
Big Frog 104
“It turns out, she’s even better on disc than she is live. This CD is filled with 11 catchy, moving, heartfelt songs that range from down-home country to aching ballads to pop-rock masterpieces. I was really blown away by it!”
Music Fan 100
“Well, though i believe she is only a teenager, a lot of people can take a lesson from Chelsea Cavanaugh... and at the same time enjoy listening to a truly professionally crafted album. Every track on this release is well thought out, immediately memorable, and well produced.”
North Country Music
“She has a great southern voice that makes me want to sing right along with her.
I play her music over and over.... so happy that i ordered her cd.....super great!
I keep her cd in my car so i can play it out loud on the road.
I am from Detroit, Michigan and I promote her songs when i can because I love her music.”
“Blending engaging melodies and charming energy with lyrical content that defies her age, Upstate New York singer-songwriter
Chelsea Cavanaugh continues to captivate audiences from New York to Nashville.”
“Cavanaugh has been writing her own music since age 9 and has performed with the likes of Darius Rucker, Trace Adkins and Sheryl Crow. In 2011 she played at the Listening Room in Nashville. Upcoming gigs include the Aug. 24 Phil Vassar show at the New York State Fair. “Simply” was recorded at Albany’s White Lake Music & Post and released by its artist development arm, Bridge Road Entertainment.
The album features several guest artists, including Nolan Neels, Ilya Toshinsky and Dave Malachowski.”