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Robert Quigley / Press

“Burn and Rise is a melodic gem.”

Frank Smith - Canadian Singer/Songwriter

“The right tone for the 9/11 Community.”

Frank Fetchet - Voices of September 11th (www.voicesofseptember11.org)

“Engaging, haunting, thought provoking and inspirational...all rolled into a melodic package called Robert Quigley. A true artist and one who we are certain will be heard loud and strong on our radio station.”

Greg Gibson, NewTribez Radio

“Engaging lyrics, great compositions.”

Abbe Anderson, Award-Winning American Songwriter

“A skilled writer, great words and vocals, so much feel, and produced to perfection. Just excellent!”

The Professor and Naomi Kay, Canadian Songwriting Duo

“Something tells me we'll be hearing a lot more from Robert on this radio station...”

Chris Duval, Splash Radio UK

“Great sound and lyrics! Definitely adding to my "favorites" playlist! Keep 'em coming!”

iTunes Music Reviews

“Each song is infused with passion and intelligence, in addition to great musicianship. For me, that makes for some memorable music that draws me back again and again.”

iTunes Music Reviews

"It is as though we have stepped back in time, although not. These are good folk tunes and as Guthrie said: 'A folk song is what's wrong and how to fix it, or it could be whose hungry and where their mouth is or whose out of work and where the job is or whose broke and where the money is or whose carrying a gun and where the peace is - that's folk lore and folks made it up because they seen that the politicians couldn't find nothing to fix or nobody to feed or give a job of work.' You fall into that group for sure!"

Mattie Dalton, American Music Critic

“I enjoyed all the cuts and especially the tribute to the victims of 9/11.”

Anthony A. Aldridge, Amazon Music Reviews

“Great voice and guitar tone.”

Roberto Cordero, Cordero Jazz

“Nice and engaging…there is a warmth and caring feel to the songs and their themes.”

“The Peace Sign Makes a Comeback”