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Cynthia Chitko / Press

“Days Gone By Remembered is an album rich with memories and textured sound. The human condition is a blend of joy and pain and Cynthia Chitko purveys that well by using voice and instrumentation to craft an organic experience. She and her contributing artists have brought the shadows of the past alive and they are dancing. If you enjoy folk music with a focus on human elements, I recommend this album.”

“Your voice is lovely and I am pleased to give you airplay on Starlite. Your songs will be a terrific addition to our playlist and sound. R*”

“I've played hundreds of local artists and thousands of their tunes on "WGTD's Noon Tunes" over the past three years---and---Cynthia Chitko truly is one of the best. She has her own singing style and presence which will remind you of Judy Collins---and---she is a gifted songwriter who could give the likes of Joni Mitchell a run for her money. The song "Word" on her latest CD "Days Gone By Remembered" is an absolute treasure. I always look forward to playing Cynthia on "Noon Tunes."”

David McGrath - WGTD Radio

“Mellow guitar and Chitko’s unique brand of vocals stir a cauldron that speaks of myth and magic.”

"The Moon Goddess", Cynthia Chitko's debut CD, is the kind of music that you want to scoop up handfuls of and rub deeply all over your body, and is certain to have a tidal pull on most listener's emotions. From the primal rhythms of the title cut to the hopeful dreams of the earth's future on "One Day", The Moon Goddess" carries the listener away.

Patrick Fineran - -Sounding Board- Racine Journal Times