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Crash n Recovery / Press

"First class, top notch" Kees De Haan, Crossroads Radio

Kees De Haan, Crossroads Radio, Holland

"Minefield is an absolute gem. Powerfully moving, beautifully stirring and magically performed. Perfect vocal and what a great band!!! Bravo!"

Bob Rylett, Canadian singer/songwriter

"Minefield- screams out for someone to write a linedance to, LOVE IT, fabulous new single there, just what we like to play"

Marie Crichton, BBC Radio UK

"Excellent voice, great performance-music superb"

Etienne Berthels, Radio Terre Franche, Belgium

"Excellent, interesting voice, excellent song"

Kurt Gabriel, ECMA Radio Austria

"The European country market continues to grow with some particularly accomplished new artists. Crash n Recovery stand out from the crowd with this pleasant, easy listening song. Good to play and enjoy"

Tom Robinson, Kingsdown Radio UK

"They make an excellent fist of this. As they impress as much vocally as instrumentally"

Maurice Hope, Rock n Reel Magazine UK

“With their new single "Minefield"- Crash n Recovery step up into the highest division of countrypop. The band have so far enjoyed great success being played on international radio in USA, Australia, Canada and Europe and with their new international sound their prospects are looking very bright for continued success in that area. This summer they were opening for superstar Leann Rimes. The sound of the band is influenced by artists like Emmylou Harris, Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, Patsy Cline- with a clear print of bluegrass and roots music and they strive to combine the classical american country sound with american, british and scandinavian folk music.”

"There are so many great songs on this album" (about "Post the storm")

"Sprightly and infectious, the swedish act produce a sound better than many of their US counterparts. On possessing a wonderful drive, lead vocals and instrumental prowess the song hits the spot." (on "Anna Lee")

Maurice Hope - Rock n Reel Magazine, UK

"Uplifting song...fresh and lively listening proved popular. They should have a hit here in the UK and across Europe. Great new act to hear again and again." ( on "Anna Lee")

Tom Robinson - Kingston Radio (UK)

"One of the few things, I've learnt about American hillbilly music is, that the genre more than any other is completely depending on, that the songs and the interpretation of them comes straight from the heart. And Linda Engstrom and her highly capable band really proved that, they've got country (music) under their skin....the songs are catchy and they are delivered charmingly, credibly and remains true to the genre. Linda Engstrom sings dazzling, she knows her country phrasings and appeared, in all her blonde exuberance as a Scandinavian version of Emmylou Harris, Dolly Parton and Patsy Cline put together.."

Lars Aare - Nord Jyske (Newspaper Denmark)

"Crash n Recovery climbing the european country chart"

“http://www.hotdisc.net/upcountry1.pdf”

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