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Bradford Loomis / Press

“Loomis’ vocals, in general, are just outstanding. He has a deep, clear tone that resonates in his songs, though his not-so-secret weapon lies in his talent for dynamics. Ranging from a soft-spoken, gentle hush to a commanding roar that can silence a room (I can say it because I’ve seen it). His voice and the music he makes with it really is something special.”

“There’s this thing that happens at the 1:49 mark every time I’m listening to ‘Dead Man’s Dance’ by Bradford Loomis: I smile. Uncontrollably. And tap my toe. And then stomp. And then smile some more. And then hit play again. I’m guessing you’ll have about same reaction(s).”

"I can’t stop listening to it. Every time I put on this new Loomis record I feel like I’m taking a walk through the Bible belt during the days of slavery and the beautiful sound is uplifting in a heartbreaking kind of way."

““Bradford Loomis was phenomenal. I haven't seen a solo performer carry a room like that in a long time, and what a voice. We had a nice chat too and it sounds like he has some exciting things in the works, great gent.””

Fritz Marial - The Swearengens

““This album is soul, spirit, roots and tears. It's as if Brad has marched chest deep through a field of mud and sludge and come out stomping, clapping and singing the songs of our ancestors, leading a rugged choir of the oppressed in his passion and song. On the Banks of the Ohio & Washed in the Water carry a haunting resolve. We respectfully fear what goodness is coming next.””

Pauline Wick - S2 Artists

"Bradford Loomis’ Under the August Sky is a collection of story-driven Americana tunes that have the ability to captivate and transport you to a simpler time. “On the Banks of the Ohio”, the first track on the 4-song EP, opens with a blend of vocalizations first recorded then re-recorded out of a Leslie speaker, giving the tune a timeless vibrance that will echo in your head for days. “Overcome” is a haunting track driven by Loomis’ soulful vocals leading you through the tales of yesteryear."

Katrina Charles - insiderightwrist.com

““Brad Loomis & the Resonance, Under the August Sky (12/2, self-released, bradloomismusic.com): Labeling Brad Loomis & the Resonance as just "country" is offensive. The Marysville quartet blends fast, rustling drums with soothing harmony and folk flavor, but it's a subtle angst that makes the single "On the Banks of the Ohio" scream replay value.””

JW - Seattle Weekly

"'Under the August Sky' is a shining example of Bradford Loomis’ ability to convey the bold and bluesy emotional core of his soul through song. It’s Country Soul at its very best."

Kristina Valencia - Findyourfav.com

"Bradford Loomis’ Under the August Sky is a collection of story-driven Americana tunes that have the ability to captivate and transport you to a simpler time. “On the Banks of the Ohio”, the first track on the 4-song EP, opens with a blend of vocalizations first recorded then re-recorded out of a Leslie speaker, giving the tune a timeless vibrance that will echo in your head for days. “Overcome” is a haunting track driven by Loomis’ soulful vocals leading you through the tales of yesteryear."

Katrina Charles - insiderightwrist.com

"Under the August Sky' is a shining example of Bradford Loomis’ ability to convey the bold and bluesy emotional core of his soul through song. It’s Country Soul at its very best."

Kristina Valencia - Findyourfav.com

““This album is soul, spirit, roots and tears. It's as if Brad has marched chest deep through a field of mud and sludge and come out stomping, clapping and singing the songs of our ancestors, leading a rugged choir of the oppressed in his passion and song. On the Banks of the Ohio & Washed in the Water carry a haunting resolve. We respectfully fear what goodness is coming next.””

Pauline Bessire Wick - S2 Artists

“Bradford Loomis was phenomenal. I haven't seen a solo performer carry a room like that in a long time, and what a voice. We had a nice chat too and it sounds like he has some exciting things in the works, great gent.”

Fritz Marial - The Swearengens

“Brad Loomis & the Resonance, Under the August Sky (12/2, self-released, bradloomismusic.com): Labeling Brad Loomis & the Resonance as just "country" is offensive. The Marysville quartet blends fast, rustling drums with soothing harmony and folk flavor, but it's a subtle angst that makes the single "On the Banks of the Ohio" scream replay value. JW (Sat., Feb. 25, Skylark)”