"Another terrific effort from songsmith Jim Callahan. In Stories from Edison Road, Volume 1, Jim proves again he is one of the most ardent and under-appreciated singer-songwriters on the Nashville scene."
“Music filled the Selover Library in Chesterville on Saturday March 14, as the library hosted “Music in the Stacks” featuring Singer/Songwriter Jim Callahan. Ranked as one of the top twenty Americana Artist in Nashville (Reverbnation.Com) for more than 5 years, he says; “I’m just an Ohio boy, writing the stories of my life. I am so very lucky to have a few fans who like the music and the stories I tell.””
"He is like the ardent street minstrel who catches your eye, and makes you feel it’s important—very, very important—to listen to what he has to say......... No fan of Kristofferson, John Prine, or Guy Clark should miss his new album,"The Poet."
“Folks who attended The Mount Gilead Shop Hop on Friday found themselves entertained by Nashville Singer/Songwriter Jim Callahan, playing tunes from his latest release, “Stories from Edison Road." Callahan, a Mt. Gilead High School alumnus, is modest about his talent. “I’m a singer/songwriter .... no big deal, just a normal guy."”
"....love the tunes, traditional, but has balls! loved the videos as well! ~g~
"A New Voice In American Music" ... his music is a blend of the best elements of American Rock and Country with influences from Johnny Cash, Grateful Dead, and Lynard Skynard.
“I love your music! Tonia, JFL Radio New Orleans, LA”
“It's like Johnny Cash 'meets' Grateful Dead! Definitely original! Amazing!”