"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
"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."
"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."
"They borrow our pain and give us back a dream."
"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!"