Lorelei Loveridge / Press

"Lovely voice...be very proud of where you have taken your music."

David Kershenbaum (Producer, Tracy Chapman) - JFDI

“Astounding talent.”

Julian Lewry - Julian Lewry Music

“The album is brilliant.”

Dave Ward - CKUA Radio "The Afternoon Edition"

“A wonderful recording and project throughout. I really appreciate the commitment, attention to detail, production quality, songwriting skill and performances by everyone involved.”

Holger Peterson (President) - Stony Plain Records, Canada's Roots, Rock, Country, Folk, & Blues Label

“Wonderful, new Middle Eastern influenced album. A wonderful outing.”

Grant Stovel - CKUA, "CKUA Presents 'Alberta Disc-overies'"

"It's serious stuff."

Mike Sadava - Freelance for Penguin Eggs Magazine (FULL ALBUM REVIEW COMING!)

“Like the fragrance of foreign lands, the most memorable quality of the album might be the intangible social insights that seep out from between the lines of Loveridge's songs, on top of the potent images and stories she has woven into this entertaining travelogue.”

Roger Levesque - Edmonton Journal

“A 15-track opus. Wow, this gal gets around!”

SEE Magazine

“Finally Lorelei Loveridge, our visitor from Canada, entertained us royally with some from her latest album of which I Need To Go and Home Is Where The Heart Is...were outstanding.”

Don and Heather Davies - Sale Folk Club News

“Beautiful. Fantastic CD. So listenable, there's so much in it. The front cover is fantastic: 36 small pictures. Every time I look at the CD, I'm seeing something different. They're telling me a story. Oh, India is my favorite. I'm just so envious of the life she's led.”

Ali O'Brien - 'Ali O'Brien's Sounds of Folk', Oldham Community Radio

“Wow!! I’m sincerely enjoying these songs and can’t believe how well she tells a story in the lyrics. It’s clear she’s actually spent time in some of these places. Lived it. Not just travelled through in a 5-star.”

Daniel Thompson - MyExpatRadio.com, Dubai

“Despite the entrancing music, the greatest strengths of Bakhoor might be in the storytelling. Loveridge was in a unique position to observe the overlap of eastern and western cultures, clashing religious beliefs, rich and poor, terrorism and war, and documents the humanity with an acute vision.”

Roger Levesque - Edmonton Journal

“Lorelei Loveridge's gig at the Blue Chair was phenomenal! She is one of the best storytellers around. Beautiful voice, her song writing is spectacular and the patter between songs both heartfelt and enlightening. In all, just a mesmerizing performance!”

Sarah Pocklington of Asani - Canada's award winning Aboriginal women's vocal trio

“Don't miss her world; don't miss her.”

Debbie Busby - Folk Northwest