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Delaney Gibson / Press

“An undiscovered brilliant vocalist.”

The Ventura County Reporter

“Gibson boldly breaks the mold of untalented, young female artists playing generic, pop songs.”

The Santa Barbara Independent

“A torch singer with bite.”

Lisa Snider - www.radioojai.com

“The title track "The Worst Kind of Way" could hold up against any Tom Waits tune.”

Brandon Whitehead - KC Active

"Great music isn't always about haircuts, pretty faces and expensive wardrobes... sometimes it's actually having and nurturing real talent, and Delaney Gibson is an incredible talent, in absolutely the best kind of way."

Brandon Whitehead - KC Active

"Her voice is indescribably expressive and rich with a range that goes from throaty growl to sublime soaring ecstasy. Add to that her sizeable talent as a songwriter and you've got the beginnings of a great album."

Don Sechelski - The Muse's Muse

“There is something that sets GIBSON apart from the rest...sheer musicality. Her mastery over the piano, guitar, banjo and just about anything she puts her fingers on is intimidating and that tremendous dexterity coupled with her unforgettable songcraft...”

Brian Lush - Rock Wired

“Gibson has a set of chops that border on country crooner. (Think about mixing Christina Aguilera’s chops and Jenny Lewis’s bashfully endearing delivery and you get the idea.)”

Aly Commingore - The Santa Barbara Independent

“Her unique style, intelligent lyrics, and astonishing voice have made a huge impact on the industry and we can hardly wait to see what is next!”

San Diego Women's Magazine

“Gibson is a singer and pianist whose powerful voice has shades of Jewel at her best. Her debut album is a polished and accomplished effort. ”

Collected Sounds

“A blend of piano-based pop and sultry edginess makes Delaney Gibson the real deal.”

The Santa Barbara Independent

"Chicago" is a near-perfect piano ballad with a great melody, poignant lyrics and a beautiful string arrangement."

Chris Jay - The Ventura County Reporter

“The Worst Kind of Way is a solid effort with a lot of commercial potential. Delaney Gibson is a force to be reckoned with. I expect we'll be hearing from her for a time to come.”

Don Sechelski - The Muse's Muse

“Delaney Gibson is her own kind of musician. She isn’t afraid to tackle more than one genre at a time. From piano-driven pop songs to country sass to orchestrated ballads to morbid southern-gothic tales of broken hearts. Delaney is making her music without care for what the industry thinks.”

The Late Greats Music Blog

"The vocal performance is incredible! I got chill bumps...Killer!"

TAXI - the worlds leading independent A&R company

"Gibson has not only mastered the guitar, piano and vocals, but she writes all of her own songs as well, making her a quadruple threat."

The Mustang Daily

"Gibson is a twentysomething singer-songwriter...with a voice big enough to fill arenas, but she has a quirky sensibility. It is less American Idol and more Radiohead..."

Kit Stolz - Ventura County Reporter

"When Delaney began singing at the show the other night, I was sitting near the back and people around me were talking...about five notes into her first song, a hush fell over the place and you literally could have heard a pin drop."

Sandy Jacobson, Producer for BackStage:Los Angeles "L.A.'s REAL T.V. Musician-In

"Gibson will have you laughing and crying and singing along when you least expect it."

Lisa Snider - Radio Ojai

"Gibson charmingly admitted that her version of “Such Great Heights” was actually based on Iron & Wine’s acoustic version, so it was actually “a cover of a cover,” but in truth her powerful acoustic version gave both previous examples of the song a good run for their money."

Kit Stolz - Ventura County Reporter

"...Solid songwriting with hook-filled choruses and tasteful harmonies..."

Radio Indy

"She has a classically trained voice that soars with ease, and sobs a little on the way down."

Kit Stolz - The Ventura County Reporter