“If Saturday threatened to wash everything out with a torrential downpour at any minute, Sunday offered no such inkling. The sky was blue, the sun was blazing, and opening the show was Yve Mary B, arguably one of nicest people you’re ever going to meet, with a voice as velvety as melted chocolate. To quote Paul Heath, a fellow local music buff “if Janis Joplin and Stevie Nicks were to somehow have a baby, that baby would be Yve. Read more at: http://www.lynnnews.co.uk/news/folk-draws-the-crowds-to-king-s-lynn-festival-weekend-1-8104025”
“Woodstock at The Rosebery Ale & Cider House Performed by the super talented YvemaryB . Please excuse the shaky camera work. Live music down the local. #SundaySessions'' You were the star Yve. Hope to have you play again soon”
"beautifully delivered originals and covers in her country blues style and her gorgeous voice” .
““Yve has a voice that will mesmerise you. Having booked her as solo and in her bands,we have always had nothing but praise. A repertoire that will span and please all ages a beautiful voice and a beautiful and very talented lady.””
“''I first came across Yve at a local festival, and she immediately won me over with her soulful bluesy sound. Since then I have seen her perform both as a solo artist and with a full band, and she never fails to impress. In fact every time you see her, you're reminded of exactly what it is you love about her. Off of the stage she's friendly and approachable and a pleasure to work with. She's easily one of the best female vocals I've heard in quite some time, and I'm glad that I found this jewel in the Norfolk countryside.””
“''Outstanding Vocals, Music, & Performance. Keep the Music Coming!''”
“Folkspot, you can certainly pick ’em. The Sharps are proven young performers in an exciting new combination: twin brothers – Callum is the frontman-bassist-composer with billowing hair, the kind often wasted on the young, Kieran the bearded crop-haired lead guitarist – Yve Mary B (vocals) and Matt Brocklehurst (keyboards). Waiting their cue, a mix of bohemian furs and T shirts, they all exchange grins of anticipation, knowing they can do it. Then the guitars chime together, Beatle-like. And not just because of that distinctive Rickenbacker jangle, the melodic ensemble of the playing or even because this was an all-singing four piece. But because these are four precocious talents singing good-news songs and having fun. All the material is their own. Everyone sings tunefully. Yve and Callum’s two lead voices are special. The keyboard playing is excellent. Hurricane puts into the spotlight the band’s female newcomer, seasoned by solo tours and with the excellent Macarnos, Y”