Robin OHerin Acoustic Blues and Gospel / Press

"...I adored her concert. Just perfection. So Real and authentic with so much depth of soul and creative integrity ....she is one of the few people I really want to go see. Made me so happy to hear her."

local fan - Arlington, MA

““Your music is really beautiful. Full of spirit and joy.””

fan - Poland

“I have tons of CDs with one or two good songs on them, but I love every song on Red, White and Blues”

Fan - Berkshires

“Thanks for the wonderful Christmas show I just watched on channel 16 Pittsfield. I think it was the nicest Christmas show I saw all year!”

Fan - PCTV

"...O’Herin keeps things appealingly bluesy, due in no small part to her accomplished fingerpicking..."

Bill McGowan - Boston Blues News

“Just wanted to tell you that your CD is ... addictive !!! I want to keep playing it. I really love it a lot .. I walk away singing those great songs in my head. How it ties us together with Christians from the past . Thank you for such a Project that you and all involved have completed with such excellence."”

fan - recent gig

““wonderful guitar playing. soulful vocals. music to relax your ears from over produced music.””

Mick Rainford - Fisherman's Blues

“The artist sings in sequence with her strumming and picking blues guitar style beautifully. The tones and hues of the music arrive at your ears gift wrapped with love complimented by her strong and colorful vocals. The timing of the music always follows in perfect accord to her voice, thus the sounds become one force, like a river flowing out into the ocean. Does this sound a bit too poignant and reflective for the blues? Not really, it painted that kind of emotional landscape in my mind’s eye. She sings and plays with such passion and honesty; it comes through loud and clear in every song.”

Keith "MuzikMan" Hanneleck - JazzReview.com

"I closed my eyes and thought I was in the Mississippi Delta"

fan - recent gig

"...Bottleneck blues, Gospel and lots of strong folk originals from Berhshire-based O’Herin, who accompanies her Appalachian edged, rein-free vocals with some creative, dancing fingerpickin..."

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