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Bettman & Halpin / Press

" just simply love this record. When I first put the disc in my player, I was ready for a quick step review, but just a few bars in, I was going, “Whoa now… Hey, wow, these guys can really sing and pick. Great singing, terrific arrangements. From the contagious beat and happy feel of the opening track, “Fiddler’s Bend” to the final song, “After the Storm,” I could not wait too long, and I just had to listen to the whole CD all over again. And I was not disappointed the second time either. These songs are very special. I really cannot pick one favorite, because each took me to a place to which I wish to return to again and again. And I guess that is why it really does come back, comes back to a great love for what music can do. GET THIS CD!! Highly recommended!"

"Bettman and Halpin...are definitely worth seeing for fans of Alison Krauss and Emmylou Harris..."

"Stephanie Bettman's vocals will surely send chills up your spine within moments..."

"Stephanie Bettman's singing voice will remind you of a cross between Emmylou Harris and Joan Baez...eminently listenable...destined for wider recognition."

David Steinberg - The Albuquerque Journal

"...powerful songs that stick in your mind...full of wonderful observations on life...a cd which brings magic to a living room...That Stephanie Bettman has reached a level comparable to others like Emmylou Harris, Joan Baez and Allison Krauss so quickly is a bit uncanny."

"Stephanie Bettman is an award-winning singer and fiddler with impressive versatility...a dulcet voice, pure and clear...Bettman and co. have plenty of cards up their sleeves and they deal them well."

Top 20 New Music Critiques of 2008 - Music Connection Magazine

"...Bettman’s singing recalls the soaring soprano of Joan Baez...With her fiddle she draws the listener right in from the opening notes...she’s mastered that bluegrass art of pairing a dark lyric with a powerful upbeat melody...She’s an artist to watch."