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Jim Gaudet and The Railroad Boys / Press

“Grey Fox producer, Mary Tyler Doub, one of the leading movers and shakers in the world of bluegrass music, stated “What spoke to me first were Jim’s songs and his voice. He didn’t sound like other singers and I like that uniqueness very much. His lyrics and melodies struck me as fresh and powerful. I wanted those songs and that energy and that sound at Grey Fox.” Doub continues, “Their talent was obvious, their personalities disarming and it was clear they were a perfect fit for the festival. Our friendship was instant and I felt a level of trust that you rarely find in this business. These guys are the real deal.””

Grey Fox producer, Mary Tyler Doub - Grey Fox Program

“Loved having Jim and the boys at Shifty's. They were unknown in our area but had the place jumpin from the first song they played. We look forward to their return... ”

Ron Schultz-Owner - Shifty's - Syracuse, NY

“In the case of the new album from sublime roots singer-songwriter Jim Gaudet, "So Far So Good" just doesn't cut it as a title. Really. He should re-name this sucker, "The Good Just Keeps Gettin' Better."”

"One of the most respected literate musical talents on the Capital Region scene, JIM GAUDET is the rare singer/songwriter capable of dancing across the tightrope that stretches between wit and wisdom.

Greg Haymes - Preview, Albany Times-Union

"His songwriting has the candor and courage of a secret diary; and you don't have to read between the lines to see the importance of his work."

Michael Hochanadel - Schenectady Gazette

““More Austin than Albany.” “Gaudet’s unassuming, everyman approach has an authenticity that’s unusually real, in a genre where that’s often an unachieved goal."”

Dave Malachowski - Hudson Valley Chronogram