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Marc Douglas Berardo / Press

““Whalebone is a highly polished personal collection in the tradition of many clever songwriters of the past that forged songs like short stories. These songs are on the delicate trapeze of poignancy with suave rhythms, cool as an icy summer drink back-up vocals, lots of presence and personality. A little water with the whiskey so to speak -- but, not watered down. No, not watered-down at all. The performances are sincere, fluid, charming and above all gripping.”-John Apice-No Depression Magazine.”

"Marc Douglas Berardo's newest CD WHALEBONE, will surely turn new fans on to his music. Berardo's songs are musical narratives with the feel of acoustic Springsteen and Tom Waits, with Buffet-eque subjects. You will want to own this one."-The Roots Report, Motive Magazine.

"Downhauler's sound has an affinity with the Californian folk-rock of the 1970's. The CD targets a mature audience.Narrative simplicity in the best sense of the word.-Johnny's Garden Magazine, Netherlands-Rein van den Berg

Rein van den Berg - Johnny's Garden Magazine, Netherlands

"Stunning, sharply drawn Americana song portraits."

Jim Vickers - Boston Phoenix

"Downhauler just blew me away. What a great collection of songs!"

John Platt - WFUV FM, NY

"Berardo sounds like a fishing-town Bruce Springsteen (in Nebraska mode), a soft-toned Don Henley, or a James Taylor with a literary side. The comparisons to singer-songwriter greats are infinite. They're also apt."-Fairfield County Weekly, CT. -4.3.08

Fairfield County Weekly, CT.

"Berardo’s most recent CD, “Harbor”, is arguably his finest work to date and the best acoustic album I’ve heard in years."

Mark Renburke - Southbridge Evening News/Village Newspapers, CT

"Harbor is an explanation in tone poem... Hollywood could make a movie based on this song alone. A few listens to Harbor might have you wondering if this praise is high enough."