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““Altogether, it’s some great weekend-breakfast-making-music, like you’ve woken up mid-morning on an overcast Sunday on Lake Superior by the sound of muted music, and as you wander downstairs you find ms. Bue, seated at the creaky piano in the parlor, just playing for herself.” - Steve McPhearson, Pulse, reviewing "East to the Sea"”
““Often compared to Sarah McLachlan’s, Bue's songs have more weight, and more grit mixed in with the ethereal wisps ... she lets her voice strain, swelling quickly to an intensity that overwhelms her aggressive piano work. It's intimate yet intimidating, and Bue makes it work.””
"If intimacy intrigues you and makes you into a skittish peeping tom, then be sure to catch Bue and her next performance. While the last ten years have seen a good handful of new piano-and-voice artists who are endlessly mimicked, Bue has a unique feel of her own in her songs.” - Alan Sparhawk of Low, The Ripsaw News