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“So glad I went! Great songs, wonderful musicians, a fine house and good company. There lacked for nothing else. Thank you!”
“Really nice time with Heidi Pollyea and her music partner Jed Dotson last evening. It was a good crowd and a set of intriguing, entertaining music. Heidi always delivers something new. Hers is a "technically cover all bases" musicianship—no slacking here people. A journeyperson, and that's not a compliment given often from this source. Heidi and Jed's (by no means a slouch guitarist, really nice licks) mix was thoughtful, together, melodic and yes..."a sort of subdued, and somehow friendly cool." And I mean cool in the sense of "bein cool" and that is about a hard a thing to do on stage as there is in these cynical times, at least for me. Some people have taken their licks and still come off like a poser. With Heidi, you see the real person, no apologies. Finally, however, (and as gypsy wild as Heidi is) what comes out is her big big heart. Get an album for your collection.”
“Sassy, Soulful and Sensuous Heidi Pollyea's soulful lyricism and emotional expressiveness are under-girded by tensile precision and technique. Whether she is belting the blues or toying with a blithe and mellow folk-pop number, she never misses a beat. She brings coruscating truthfulness to her songwriting, leavened with playful humor -- "Touch it," in particular, is a masterpiece of mischief. -- Candice Dyer, Featured Writer/Music Critic for Atlanta Magazine, and Author of Street Singers, Soul Shakers, and Rebels with a Cause: Music from Macon ”
“Love to Sing and Dance to The Music! Heidi’s amazing songwriting will promise to make you want to get up and dance or just groove in your seat! If you enjoy Carole King, Linda Rondstadt or Michael McDonald, you better not miss her folks! ~Richie Jones, Promoter for Shorty’s Concert Series, Tucker, GA”