Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally, plus Rose of No Man's Land, and the Henriettas / Press

“Having been likened to early Emmylou Harris and Victoria Williams, A Prairie Home Companion host Garrison Keillor commented, 'People aren’t going to believe what they just heard…' in response to Robinson’s talent.”

"(Her album) Loango utterly won me over, charmed me silly. Hope to hear more from Nell Robinson."

"Seventeen songs & forty-seven minutes of whirling banjos & crisp country vocals...Nell never lets up on her twangy, clear-eyed tales, and neither do the various pickers, pluckers, and strokers of strings who join this heartfelt journey through (her) Alabama roots."

"I'm listening to her amazing debut CD right now. In My Dear Old Southern Home kicks the CD off with a romp & stomp, letting you know the next 47 minutes of your life will include fun twang & old time blues. Nell's rendition of I Walk the Line is a sweet version. (Nell) has the songwriting chops."

"Nell's debut album Loango is a rare tribute to her family roots near Loango, Alabama. Original songs 'If Tears Could Heal' and 'Butch' are a 'contemporary" tribute to her roots and her dad. It's as if the emotional words climbed right into the pen itself!"

"Nell's voice is beautiful, rich, warm and sexy, perfect for singing traditional bluegrass and country music."

Northern California Bluegrass Society - Bluegrass by the Bay

"...one of the hottest new bands in the Bay Area bluegrass scene!"

Larry Carlin - Bluegrass Breakdown

"Classic deep south bluegrass in the Bill Monroe & Stanley Brothers tradition, along with enough country and modern folk tunes to create a lively union of old-time spirits and contemporary sensibilities."

The Freight & Salvage