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Brian Dolzani / Press

"...a truly talented songwriter." - Neilson Hubbard, producer (Kim Richey, Matthew Perryman Jones, Glen Phillips)

Neilson Hubbard

"Brian brought an energy to the joint as soon as he started; folks were immediately put at ease knowing they were in the hands of a powerful musician who was going to take them somewhere" - John Hughes, Rosendale Cafe (NY)

John Hughes - Rosendale Cafe

“'Brian is an amazing artist' - Colin McEnroe, WNPR Connecticut”

Colin McEnroe - WNPR

“'A singular and insightful voice' - Examiner.com”

Examiner.com

“To find an audience outside Connecticut, Brian Dolzani has written alternative rock songs with themes that most anybody can relate to — like the romance of “Summer” and the everyday ennui of “Water.””

New York Times

“Tragedy often ruins a person’s ability to effectively deal with life in its aftermath, but it can also have the opposite effect, galvanizing the grief-stricken to rise above their loss and use the churning dynamo of sadness in a constructive manner. Brian Dolzani decided on the latter path.”

Cincinnati City Beat

“If Brian Dolzani hasn’t listened to a lot of early Neil Young and Crazy Horse records we’ve got one of the greatest coincidences of all time on our hands.”

Off-Center Views blog

““Lovers,” [with] its ever-so-melancholic piano-based arrangement, could be a lost track from After the Gold Rush.”

Off-Center Views blog

“If you listen to Brian Dolzani's latest release, you might just get a hint of David Gray, Neil Young and Bob Dylan. ”

The Norwalk Hour