"Just one hell of a great player …a great personality and what I like is the touch that Muriel has on the guitar, the way she plays it like we all wish to play."
“Muriel Anderson is a good friend and a great guitarist. She deserves national recognition.
“...She has demonstrated excellent technique and has the fine musicianship to communicate well to her audiences.
“I cannot think of another guitarist who seems to have taken over the role of Segovia in popularizing the finger-style guitar as Muriel Anderson has.
Lawrence Long, Knoxville-Oak Ridge Guitar Society
“Muriel Anderson is one of America’s premier solo-acoustic guitarists. A former National Fingerpicking Champion, she tours constantly and is founder of Muriel Anderson’s All Star Guitar Night.”
Guitar Player Magazine
“One of the world's best fingerstyle guitarists.”
Robert Kinsler, Orange County Register
“Acoustic guitarist Muriel Anderson...has justifiably gained a reputation as one of the world's best, and most versatile, guitar instrumentalists.”
“After reaching the top in her field – she is widely recognized as the premier female fingerstyle guitarist today – Anderson hopes to encourage and inspire a younger audience, to turn them on to the beauty of making music, and maybe in some cases, even turn their lives around.
Melissa Erickson, The Reporter
“Winner of the 1989 National Fingerpicking Guitar Championship, Muriel Anderson plays with uncommon expressiveness and grace. Her eclectic repertoire includes classical, world music, and traditional bluegrass tunes -- all of which she performs with conviction and unerring skill on a custom McGill nylon-string and Kevin Ryan steel-string. A protégé of Chet Atkins and Christopher Parkening, Anderson uses her rigorous training to make music that's both entertaining and inspiring.
John Morgan, Columbus Press
“With playing that grabs you by the ear and never let's go, this is a fine portrait of an artist that just keeps getting better and better fully deserving of a toe-to-toe spot with the masters that have taught her so well.
Chris Spector, Midwest Record Recap