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“The South that she writes of is the Flannery O'Conner and William Faulkner South. Darkly romantic, hot and humid, haunted and gothic. This is music that seems to have grown slowly from some rich, dark soil.”

The Performing Songwriter

“Her sound wanders from alt-country to haunting folk rock delivering her poetry with an urgency to match its message.”

Josh Jackson - Paste Magazine

“'Come Undone' updates William Blake’s “innocence/experience/Beulah” cycles with all of the resilient wisdom of an earth mother from the Southern Highlands.”

Candice Dyer - Georgia Music Magazine

“Album of the Year”

FM Odyssey

“Jennifer Daniels champions the elementary emotional characteristics of singer/songwriter folk-rock and pushes the genre forward with a sound that is contemporary and commercially accessible.”

Tom Semioli - All Music Guide

“Imagine a singer/songwriter whose songs are as lyrically rich, personal and poetic as Joni Mitchell's, while at the same time as ridiculously catchy as Cat Stevens. Now imagine the songs sung by a woman whose voice is sorta like Sarah McLachlan's, only it's both more powerful and more playful.”

Creative Loafing

“New Artist of the Year”

FM Odyssey