“Stephen Inglis is a brilliant guitarist with a deep engaging voice and a similar reverence for those who came before, whom he referred to as “uncles.” Like the others, he played with frequent tuning changes. His songs provided a welcome switch to English so the narrative could be actually understood. Most memorable was “Learning You by Heart,” a passionate love song he dedicated to his wife.”
““Fringes of the Wayside” presents some of the most hypnotic handling of the acoustic guitar you’ll hear this year; even without his thoughtful words his fingers express a myriad of emotions through their command of the strings. Inglis is an artist that should be on your Must Purchase Now list with this impeccable release.”
“Inglis’ pleasing vocals, clear lyrics, and skilled, dramatic guitar playing are soaked in good vibrations. Filled to the rim with naked emotion. Whatever your taste in music, it’s hard not to be moved”
“Slack-key take on Dylan proves rewarding experienceInglis' best idea is avoiding almost all of Dylan's Hot 100 chart hits and all of the compositions that were big hits for other artists.It is almost always interesting to hear an artist play music that has deep personal meaning. Inglis' work here is a good example.”
"Inglis' second CD establishes him as a serious contender; his material and stylish performances rank with the best." - Wayne Harada Honolulu Advertiser
"An obvious labor of love, with lovely results"
"Inglis sings in a style that evokes memories of Keola Beamer and establishes his credentials as an artist who can sing in the old island style as well