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Fuzzy Baby / Press

"If you haven't experienced Fuzzy Baby before, you can't be prepared for just how unique everything about this duo is. Songs about cheese, unrequited love, obsessive love, photo albums and one of Richmond's finest trumpeters, Bob (the already classic, "Chimpanbob"). They bill themselves as a two-person one-man band. Theirs is truly music to laugh along with, when you're not marveling at their musical talent. And the stage banter! Giustino's witty repartee with the audience riffed on everything. Molly was the perfect foil, setting him up and batting him down."

Karen Newton - I Could Go On and On

"Fuzzy Baby closed the evening with a set of startling sounds, breathtaking eccentricity, tactful wit, and overall brilliance with Molly playing the straight foil to Justin's mischievous tom foolery."

The Listening Room Blog

"Fuzzy Baby, self-titled a “two person, one-man band,” captivated the audience from the start with a touching and provocative ballad written to a great love: cheese. Incorporating instruments from guitars, to tubas to the squeaking insides of a drum, Fuzzy Baby succeeded at completely defying any prospect of categorization. Their endearing, intimate, and albeit sometimes odd banter on stage, hint at a sweet partnership of the musicians. Molly Berg and Giustino Riccio have created an act worth far more than beautiful music- their effusive love for one another and for life and hilarity in general, speak more than any perfectly strummed notes."

-Rebecca Parker - TRS Blog

"Fuzzy Baby, self-titled a “two person, one-man band,” captivated the audience from the start with a touching and provocative ballad written to a great love: cheese. Incorporating instruments from guitars, to tubas to the squeaking insides of a drum, Fuzzy Baby succeeded at completely defying any prospect of categorization. Their endearing, intimate, and albeit sometimes odd banter on stage, hint at a sweet partnership of the musicians. Molly Berg and Giustino Riccio have created an act worth far more than beautiful music- their effusive love for one another and for life and hilarity in general, speak more than any perfectly strummed notes."

Rebecca Parker - TRS Blog

““Fuzzy Baby’s fragile naked beauty relies on sparse, skeletal arrangements supplemented by tuba, hand percussions, water glasses, and the interplay of their voices to make a new kind of folk music that has nothing to do with balding white guys singing “Cum-ba-yah.” ”

Chris Bopst - Brick Weekly
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