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Daniel Nestlerode, Mandolinist / Press

“A gifted singer/songwriter”

“Daniel Nestlerode’s trade mark high quality musicianship, fine voice and charming stage presence is topped with his beautifully produced album “More than a little guitar”; this is real quality.”

Alan Hewson - Mad Nanny Music, Baldock & Letchworth Folk Club

"Hugely gifted singer songwriter"

George Papavgeris - Folk21

"Smooth and assured vocals mixed beautifully with his mandolin, giving all those present a performance which left a warm glow. Lovely."

"Going to the West is very much steeped in the nineteenth century Southern tradition, whilst Old Calapina is a Nestlerode original; a gentle ballad which tells of a Native American woman struggling to get by in a changing California. The EP concludes with Bluegrass TV, an instrumental mandolin medley of familiar fiddle tunes including The Girl I Left Behind Me, ​Mouret's 1729 Premier Suite des Symphonies (parts one and two), the French Canadian ​St. Anne's Reel and finally the gorgeous Jay Ungar tune ​Ashokan Farewell, famously used as the theme to Ken Burns' utterly compelling TV documentary series The Civil War

"What an unexpected and supremely enjoyable encounter with Daniel Nestlerode & his mandolin recently. His voice is superb and his renditions of self-penned songs, and quirky covers brought a smile to everyone's face!"

Justine Jo Clegg, Bounty Hounds - www.nestlerode.co.uk

"fabulously entertaining"

Gerry Colvin, Colvin Quarmby - facebook