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Acoustic Endeavors / Press

“This Virginia band is loaded with talent.”

“Acoustic Endeavors, a wonderful musical group out of Roanoke, Virginia, has something to "crow about" with their project entitled On A Farm. Sixteen great tunes written by Warren Amberson and Kelly Green are some of the most fun I've heard in a while.”

“With contemporary flair, Acoustic Endeavor’s “On A Farm” is a very refreshing and warm-hearted experience.”

“I especially like Hills of Home. It sounds like a hit to me.”

Kyle Cantrell - XM Bluegrass Junction

“One definition of the word “Endeavor” is “to try” or “to attempt”. This group, Acoustic Endeavors, does a whole lot more than try. They succeed in a huge way on all that is bluegrass and acoustic.”

“Smooth as silk and as melodic as it gets. The pleasing lyrics are delivered with feeling and the instrumentation is pleasing from beginning to end. Reminds me of Hot Rize at the top of their game.”

Wayne Bledsoe - WUMR

“Terrific! Sensitive singing and music.”

Graham Hassall - Radio Nightingale - England

“Hills Of Home...are you sure it's not 50 years old? And Over In Heaven's Skies is a wonderful touching Gospel track. Kelly Green's vocals are fantastic and the driving five string banjo make this a sure fire Bluegrass hit.”

Dennis Jones - WNCW

“On A Farm is very much a part of our playlist. Hills of Home, Tennessee Iris and Thanks Again are three of my favorites.”

Jay Allen - Bluegrass Backroads - WBRF

“Clear and uncomplicated. Just right. Most pleasant.”

Maurice Kurtz - Bluegrass Territory, Valley FM - Australia

“After airing Tennessee Iris and 4 other songs from the CD we received an additional 2 requests for Tennessee Iris, making a total of 3 plays on today's program. In my opinion, Tennessee Iris is a classic example of what traditional bluegrass should be. ”

JD Jesse - WDRV