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“The dynamite new partnership on the Americana scene today, Kerry and Donna Herrick, follow up their critically acclaimed debut New Dance with this ten song set. It isn’t entirely fair or accurate to pigeonhole what it is that Herrick does. The partners have outstanding collaborators with Jefferson Rogers playing a triple threat of guitar, lap steel, banjo and Jeff Bradshaw keeps everything a steady tempo, but they scarcely confine themselves to aesthetic purity. 4/5 Stars”

“Cottonfields establishes Herrick as one of the best Americana pop/rock bands today flying under mainstream radar. There are a number of songs included on Cottonfields tailored for mass consumption from first note to last, but there’s more, thankfully. There’s honesty to this music coming off every song and the band’s lead singer delivers them with a passion few can match.”

“It’s wise to be a little weary when young bands start talking about “roots records”, particularly if you’re aiming for respect as a songwriter. Including traditional folk or blues music on your second release and adopting it as an album title might mean you follow your Muse wherever it leads. On the other hand, it could mean the songwriting impetus behind your first collection has dimmed. Herrick’s fans are spared that fate with the band’s sophomore release Cottonfields. The ten song collection explores traditional American music, but builds off the band’s debut and extends their reach as well. The album production reflects that vocalist and mandolin player Donna Herrick is the album’s indisputable sonic heart, but Herrick isn’t a glorified solo act. The remaining three members are obviously top notch talents in their own right and give Herrick the best possible vehicle for reaching global acclaim. 8 out of 10 stars.”

“They have the songwriting chops to produce memorable, radio-friendly material, but they also rock out with surprising conviction and confidence. Much of their ability to master two decidedly different musical stances is thanks to vocalist Donna Herrick’s jaw-dropping ability to change her approach with apparently little effort. The band’s facility for this quick change ability is equally vital – Herrick’s rockier excursions sound every bit as convincing as their marriages of acoustic guitar and mandolin… 8 out of 10 stars.”

“Herrick is a Nashville, Tennessee-based four-piece. The band put Rock on the front burner, turning up the heat on Cottonfields, their latest, and second, album release, and staking out their own territory in Music City by veering away from the expectations.”

“Herrick and New G7th Capo Ad”

“Herrick| Why mandolins rock The mandolin is like 70s rock extract. It’s like adding Spanish Fly to your cocktails or a tropical breeze to your speaker system. Sexy Italian petite lute progeny, this double stringed lady is harder than she looks!...”

“Pick up your copy of the April/ May issue of Relix Magazine. Herrick is featured along with a free CD Sampler. "Pain In My Heart" Track #10”

“Herrick guitarist, Jefferson Rogers Features in the Hub. Are You Experienced?”

“Herrick Hit the Major Country Chart with new single "Pain In My Heart" #68 Today”

Music Row Magazine

“Herrick is in Studio cutting their new record!”

"Do You Love Me" the first single off Herrick's album, "New Dance" debuts at #18

Music Row Magazine

“I only needed one listen to tell you that Herrick is the real deal, and may very well contain the next great female voice of this generation in Donna Herrick...”

“When you're trying to describe a band who doesn't necessarily fit in one genre, has been together for years doing phenomenal things that other bands and artists only dream about, and the band is so tightly in sync that creativity and extraordinary musical ideas just seem to flow to you like a leaf on the edge of a lake, then you've come close to accurately identifying the musical genius of Herrick.”

"I like it, I like it. Cool, moody, minor-key tune and a dramatic, girl-gone-wrong lyric. Donnas’ lead vocal is supported by the band's ultra-haunting harmonies. Captivating!"

"The group's intricate harmonies are the icing on the cake, if you will, of a sound that merges "the best of folk, rock, blues and country." The result thereof is a musical style that breaks from the country mold to forge a direction all the lineup's own."

Nashville Country Music Examiner

“Now, you can add Donna Herrick to a list that includes such artists as Martina McBride, Jennifer Nettles and Dolly Parton. It's Donna's vocals that manage to set Herrick's music from other bands. With the release of the CD, "New Dance," Herrick has established itself as a high-energy band that's very diverse. The CD has a combination of country, classic rock and R&B that is very refreshing. This is one of the CDs you can just play all the way through, and listen to over and over again. This a complete album that is sure to satisfy most musical tastes. Through strong vocals, great music, and emotional lyrics, Herrick has released a winner.”

Strum Magazine

"Herrick continues to grip music fans and industry professionals alike with a dynamic live show combined with compelling songwriting and comprehensive instrumentation, posing a triple threat affair that has established the band with a stronghold on the touring circuit."

Today's Country Magazine

"Herrick is an exceptional live act that just also happen to be great songwriters... a very rare combination. Their hard-work, grit and determination are starting to pay big dividends in the way of industry attention and opportunities. We expect to see big things for this act."

Robert Weingartz, CEO - Airplay Direct