"Harmonies smooth as Kentucky Bourbon & soft as Spanish Moss"
"Best New Folk Band in New Orleans"
"Absolutely gorgeous harmonies...music so beautiful it could melt the heart of a stone statue." BBC Radio
BBC Radio Meyerside/Liverpool
"They are the embodiment of a new generation of Folk Artists who have taken the genre to the next level...with a 21st Century Creative Edge. Since their appearance, the Troubadours have stolen the hearts of the Blissfest faithful"
-Jim Gillespie, Blissfest Founder
"Best Louisville Folk Band"
"They are the spiritual goddaughters of a tradition that spans the hidden history of music - of performance, actually - from Medieval troubadours reciting poetry in some noble's palace, to Chaucer's Canterbury pilgrims spinning bawdy tales. From Renaissance street minstrels, to singers in turn-of-the-century saloons in New Orleans (where the city's police posted signs warning patrons to BEWARE OF PICKPOCKETS AND LOOSE WOMEN, a line used in the Troubadours' "Scarlet Carnival"). From performers in outdoor cafes in France after the First World War serenading the Lost Generation, to acts in cabarets in 1920s Berlin - "Wilkommen, Bienvenue, Welcome" - a handful of years before the monsters came out. From flower-child jams in Haight-Ashbury, to singer-songwriter nights entertaining a new set of nobility."
Tim Roberts- Louisville Music News
"Explanation is Futile...Only Seeing is Believing"
"It is a scream! It's a tranquilizer! It's a riot and a philosophy class! It might even move the stoics! It's the only product you will ever require."
David Lilly-Nefarious Magazine
"They borrow our pain and give us back a dream."
Louisville Music News
"A street party duo of voracious shapeshifters who are able to morph from folksy bluegrass to jazz seductress with nothing more than between song jousting!"
Louisville Eccentric Observer