"A passionate and beguiling performer whether he's rocking out or turning up the introspection."
— R2 Magazine - Rock'n'Reel
"Singer songwriter Dylan Walshe splits his time between Dublin and London,
continuously impressing audience with his bluesy voice and stripped down honest country infused blues folk songs. A naturally talented songwriter"
— The Rounndhouse
"What a voice. Absolutely amazing guitar work. We are really seeing some mighty fine musicians coming out of the UK and Ireland lately.
We are eagerly awaiting an album to see more from Dylan..."
— Folk, Blues & Beyond
"Dylan's a fair chanter, it does my heart good to hear him, love his voice and the way he's using it"
— Christy Moore
"Armed with just a guitar, a stompbox and a whole lotta soul, Dylan Walshe is more like a tornado than a singer songwriter."
— Camden Calling/Good Ship
"Really Love Dylan Walshe's voice, think there will be a great future ahead of him"
— Festival and gig guide Ireland
"a rising London-based singer-songwriter with astounding songs and a powerful voice, Dylan’s set will be unmissable for all folk and blues fans. This man is going places..."
— Ashley Wood Festival
"An Absolutely phenomenal voice, just wonderful"
— Roots & Fusion Pure Radio 107.8FM
"Definitely something special"
— FATEA Showcase Sessions
"Without doubt Dylan has sent In the best demo CD to the show to date, I tip this Dublin man to be top of the folk star tree, when it comes to songwriting & performing he is going places..."
— Bob Meyer,Bob's Folk Show
"Dylan Walshe has been a fresh faced folk-rockin fave of 'Talkin Up Yer Country Musical Revolutions' - not to mention 'Reel Rebels Radio' itself - for the last year & some. One boy symphony, Dylan Walshe, is thee soul-achin wondervoice of folk infused country-&-rhythm, black-&-blues. Saw & heard him torch up the crowded house down the Betsey Trotwood with it too, live, last winter...Please, Sir, may we have some mo?"
— Reel Rebels Radio - Talking Up Your Musical Revolutions
"Multi-instrumentalist troubadour and Strummerville featured stompin' one man harmoniser, Dylan Walshe, will entrance and entertain you with his captivating tales carried from Dublin. Something fresh in the vein of Steve Earle aboard a steamboat full of modern Sea Shanties and Celtic tales carried all the way from Dublin to London and back again."
— Countrier Than Thou
"A stompbox, amazing voice and a whole lotta soul - this performance rocks!! Top notch Folk from a soulful troubadour"
— The Hideaway Sessions
"Dylan's song writing skills cannot be questioned"
— Dublin Underground
"This is music for anyone that’s a fan of Billy Childish’s blues stylings, or indeed any of the original bluesmen like Leadbelly, Sonny Boy Williamson or Robert Johnson."
— Dirty Water Club
"Dylan's version of Lonesome Valley is fantastic, Mississippi John Hurt would sure have liked Dylan as well; I just know it. Such a fine southpaw guitarist, Dylan is."
— Fred Bolden, grand nephew of the legendary Mississippi John Hurt(Part of MJH's 6