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Margo Valiante / Press

“As produced by Rich Brotherton, Margo Valiante's blues on five-song EP I Can't Pray favor the Bonnie Raitt/Americana style. That's a comfortable and expressive place for Valiante to be since relocating to Austin. With warm organ work from Riley Osbourn and supple suede vocals, there's an overall soulfulness that buys her a ticket into the ranks of Austin's established female vocalists.”

“It’s a voice like hers that will move you. Valiante’s EP “I Can’t Pray” is a good preview of her forthcoming full-length release…”

"She sings great, she writes great, she performs great, the band's great; it's the whole package. Check out her shows - you'll see."

Rich Brotherton - Guitarist, Robert Earl Keen

“Valiante sings the blues high, strong and convincing, her voice rising above the sound of a slide guitar...”

Danny Bobbe - Planet Jackson Hole

"Valiante seems equally at home with a brooding Gillian Welch song or handling the halting jazz style of the late Eva Cassidy."

Jake Nichols - Planet Jackson Hole

"Give her a blues number, though, and you’d better give her room, she can really belt it."

Jake Nichols - Planet Jackson Hole

“Valiante gets noticed as soon as she opens her throat. Fronting the local band Boondocks, the Skidmore College music grad can convincingly cover a lot of ground between jazz, country and rock.”

Jake Nichols - Planet Jackson Hole

"She is a soulful songwriter with a really beautiful, powerful voice."

Vanessa Pierce - Jackson Hole News and Guide
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