"...She's got a set of great pipes with a sexy, soulful rasp and plenty of country rock crackle from her band to light a small city.."
Acoustic Music review
"Lacy Younger creates the ideal mix of Rockers and Ballads, without groping for the latter in the otherwise all too happy standing dripping pan. I Was Wrong has something pleasant and very Clapton Eske...."
"….Lacy Younger delivers with "Still Wild" and it is worth listening to. Falling somewhere between neo-scale country and country rock, she places between Beth Hart, Bonnie Raitt and Kim Carnes vocally and promises interesting musical perspectives."
Hooked On Music / Germany
"Still Wild's classic hooks, soaring guitars and overflowing soul might very well make Lacy a household name."
— Crossover Media
"...this style is soaked with a little 'Blue Eyed Soul' - good ideas are certainly there……leaning a little more towards POP music, ‘Something You Do’..was a positive surprise…."
Rock Times / Germany
"Hot girls and Rock n Roll. It’s the heady mix that fuels and consumes the male side of the music. But when you get a volatile mix as gorgeous and desirable as Lacy Younger...."
"..Lacy Younger is equal parts country and rock n roll, oozing all of the sex appeal that just seems to come natural for her."...."I really like her whiskey vocals"....."Her voice has plenty of range and can easily tackle many songs well. Her album is full of enjoyable songs that will age well, none of them bad...." "... But more than all of that, she is a great singer and songwriter. Lacy Younger is a legitimate singer and belongs in the game." "....I’m recommending a visit to her website to get a listen for yourself. But don’t say that I didn’t warn you because you’re going to like her.
I love Lacy Younger but for now…
I need a cold shower."
"...Lacy Younger from San Diego, CA., delivers Country-Rock from a voice that will remind you of the fine vocal range/talent of Patsy Cline. The Beautiful singer/songwriter still gigs locally......."
— Reviewer Magazine
"Younger’s guitar-driven sound is Stones-ish and Faces-like but more polished, and to a lesser degree pays homage to groups like Atlanta Rhythm Section and Lynyrd Skynyrd...."
"Younger has a sexy-husky vocal style that draws inspiration from Bonnie Raitt and Bonnie Bramlett – but even more so from Rod Stewart and Chris Robinson. She even sounds a tad like Bon Scott during the chorus of the album’s ass-whupper, “Broken Heart, Broken Bones.”....
Good New Music
““Lacy Younger is one untamed lady on her latest album, aptly entitled "Still Wild". Whether the song is a slow, introspective one or one that shows off Younger’s get-down vocal range with exaltation, Still Wild has songs for wild childs yearning to be free and those who are just waiting to let loose.””
— Celebrity Cafe
"Lacy Younger’s sound will definitely play tricks on your mind. It resides in that indefinable area where country and rock n’ roll meet. Her deeply personal bleeding heart lyrics scream country, but her voice, and the soul that resonates from that voice is all rock n’ roll. Her sound really reflects her experiences and influences, having spent time playing music in both Nashville and Los Angeles. Still Wild was brought to fruition with Grammy Award-winning producer/engineer Val Garay (Linda Ronstadt, James Taylor, and Kim Carnes). Having written 11 out of the 13 tracks herself, the album is a walk through Lacy’s soul…..a country chanteuse with a rock n’ roll heart."....
"...All but two songs were written by Younger herself. The title track was written by Bonnie Hayes and “Here’s To You” was created by Dennis Robbins, Dave Loggins and John Scott Sherrill.
Younger’s passion will persuade you that she means every word."
"Overall I believe Younger has the right idea about music. She knows none of our lives are the same, yet we still have similar experiences in our every day lives, especially with love. “We’ve all been there,” she says, “I just write about it.”.....”
Real People Reviews