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“ "Sweet and clear voiced with a stunning range, Coogan sweeps through the dusty romanticism of her songs, using a variety of folk genres to clear a path" ”

Willamette Week

“ "Listening solely to her voice, you may doubt Coogan's country credentials. Unlike many of her peers, she doesn't survive on grit and vinegar. She's a classically trained opera singer, and when fronting her band, North19, hrt voice slides from note to note without ever slipping. Coogan's style fit's nicely with the new wave of singer/songwriters that blend traditional influences with modern. (Think Shelley Campbell or Tift Merritt). Her debut, "Glory" (Tarnished) incorporates liberal banjo and slide guitar, and the songs roll along with the gentle shifts of a horses walk." ”

Tizzy Asher - Seattle PI