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Annie and Rod Capps / Press

"...infectious, impeccable, engaging..."

David Tamulevich, The Roots Agency

“Their performances were simply outstanding!”

Craig Carrick - Carrick House Concerts/Nor-east'r Music Festival

“The music eases through various styles, every bit of it well played in straightforward arrangements that could easily be taken on the road. If this album is any indication, one could imagine being at one of their concerts begging them to play just one more song far into the night.”

Michael Devlin - Music Matters Review

“There is a vitality to their performance that is infectious. Great music by fun people!”

Jim McTiernan - Flint Folk Society

“Annie and Rod Capps write complex, winding melodies that fits Annie’s delicate voice perfectly. She sings with a relaxed, clean Midwestern twang, sliding you into the middle of lives and situations that are always interesting and dotted with real insight.”

David Siglin - The Ark

“The audience is drawn in right from the beginning with Annie’s amazing voice and the power of her songs. She has a way of making everyone in the venue feel like she is his or her personal friend.”

Dave Rutkofske - Bluewater Folk Society/Thumbfest

“… the folkie- songwriter genre can seem so overpopulated and colorless that many listeners simply won't be interested. … Annie Capps is an exception, and the reasons why make a fairly long list. ---… the mature outlook of an artist who's tended her own garden well for a long time is refreshing”

Chris Rietz - Lansing State Journal

“Capps has a way of starting a song with an image that’s simple yet arresting enough to propel you through the ensuing developments, which often cover quite a bit of territory.”

Jim Manheim - Ann Arbor Observer