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  • Robert

    Robert Toronto, Canada

    When, oh when, will you ever be coming to Toronto, Canada?

    When, oh when, will you ever be coming to Toronto, Canada?

  • Minerva

    Minerva Athens, Ohio area

    Heard all about the concert I missed at Jackie O's the other night from my friends and family. Sooooo glad you were here, this close to Wisteria. Soooooo sad I missed hearing your magic this time you passed through... see you next time!

    Heard all about the concert I missed at Jackie O's the other night from my friends and family. Sooooo glad you were here, this close to Wisteria. Soooooo sad I missed hearing your magic this time you passed through... see you next time!

  • kathy & jen

    kathy & jen indianapolis, IN

    loved loved loved your show tonight at Indy Hostel! Michael- u are too funny and oh so talented. Ingrid- cant even look at u - you're just too damn sexy!! and Joe- ahhh, what can we say... you're just so adorable and sweet as can be :* :love::love::love: Until next time, Jen & Kathy

    loved loved loved your show tonight at Indy Hostel! Michael- u are too funny and oh so talented. Ingrid- cant even look at u - you're just too damn sexy!! and Joe- ahhh, what can we say... you're just so adorable and sweet as can be :*
    lovelovelove

    Until next time,
    Jen & Kathy

  • Shannon Elizabeth

    Shannon Elizabeth Madison, WI

    The resonance of old-time music with the freshness of relevant lyrics is a delight.It is rare to have a band play so many instruments with such power and grace, combining the complexity of multi-instrumentation and, yet, not losing the simple beauty of the song. It's tough to be a touring band, but I hope you all continue down this path. Your music has so much to offer, as do each one of you. Nice job.

    The resonance of old-time music with the freshness of relevant lyrics is a delight.It is rare to have a band play so many instruments with such power and grace, combining the complexity of multi-instrumentation and, yet, not losing the simple beauty of the song. It's tough to be a touring band, but I hope you all continue down this path. Your music has so much to offer, as do each one of you. Nice job.

  • Shannon Elizabeth

    Shannon Elizabeth Madison, WI

    The resonance of old-time music with the freshness of relevant lyrics is a delight.It is rare to have a band play so many instruments with such power and grace, combining the complexity of multi-instrumentation and, yet, not losing the simple beauty of the song. It's tough to be a touring band, but I hope you all continue down this path. Your music has so much to offer, as do each one of you. Nice job.

    The resonance of old-time music with the freshness of relevant lyrics is a delight.It is rare to have a band play so many instruments with such power and grace, combining the complexity of multi-instrumentation and, yet, not losing the simple beauty of the song. It's tough to be a touring band, but I hope you all continue down this path. Your music has so much to offer, as do each one of you. Nice job.

  • Rick

    Rick Camano

    I've felt like an addict craving a fix. And when I inserted the new CD and the unique sound that is Coyote Grace started flowing from my speakers - it was just like an injection into my being. Goose bumps and that special feeling enveloped me.. (who needs drugs when you can have experiences like this..) Thank you.. On this album I love it all: the lyrics, the vocals, the special way you use your instruments, the timing, the rhythyms, the feelings. To me this album is so full of that sound and feeling that is so uniquely Coyote Grace. It is more polished and mature perhaps, than that first album I bought those years ago when I came across Joe and Ingrid busking at Pike's Place. But I think it's the perfect next album. It will join your other albums - in the classics of my collection. And when it's goose bumps I'm after - I plug in my Coyote Grace collection. Just now "these gray days" came on. North of Seattle that I am - well, it takes me there.. Brilliant. Well done. Congrats. Bravo. and: Thank You!

    I've felt like an addict craving a fix.
    And when I inserted the new CD and the unique sound that is Coyote Grace started flowing from my speakers - it was just like an injection into my being.
    Goose bumps and that special feeling enveloped me..
    (who needs drugs when you can have experiences like this..)

    Thank you..

    On this album I love it all: the lyrics, the vocals, the special way you use your instruments, the timing, the rhythyms, the feelings.

    To me this album is so full of that sound and feeling that is so uniquely Coyote Grace. It is more polished and mature perhaps, than that first album I bought those years ago when I came across Joe and Ingrid busking at Pike's Place. But I think it's the perfect next album. It will join your other albums - in the classics of my collection.

    And when it's goose bumps I'm after - I plug in my Coyote Grace collection.

    Just now "these gray days" came on. North of Seattle that I am - well, it takes me there..

    Brilliant. Well done.

    Congrats. Bravo.

    and:

    Thank You!

  • Daniel Singer

    Daniel Singer Lowell, MA

    Got your new CD recently and finally had a chance to listen. Honestly, I was disappointed. I like the spunk and the heart you folks have in live concerts and throughout your previous album (the name escapes me, first song is Runaround, I think). This one was... flatter. Less vibrant. I didn't hear - or feel - that authenticity which drew me to CG a year and a half ago when they opened for Indigo Girls at the Lowell Summer Music Series.

    Got your new CD recently and finally had a chance to listen. Honestly, I was disappointed. I like the spunk and the heart you folks have in live concerts and throughout your previous album (the name escapes me, first song is Runaround, I think). This one was... flatter. Less vibrant. I didn't hear - or feel - that authenticity which drew me to CG a year and a half ago when they opened for Indigo Girls at the Lowell Summer Music Series.

  • Jessi

    Jessi Franklin, MA

    Saw you guys in Cambridge back in July and couldn't wait til Now Take Flight came out!! You guys are excellent live and I came to your show up in Putney, VT...I don't think Putney, VT had ever seen anything close to the likes of y'all and Girlyman! Now Take Flight is a fantabulous album...love the instrumentation and the lyrical imagery, especially on Kansas and The Show.

    Saw you guys in Cambridge back in July and couldn't wait til Now Take Flight came out!! You guys are excellent live and I came to your show up in Putney, VT...I don't think Putney, VT had ever seen anything close to the likes of y'all and Girlyman! Now Take Flight is a fantabulous album...love the instrumentation and the lyrical imagery, especially on Kansas and The Show.

  • York, The Red Lion

    York, The Red Lion Fort Collins, CO

    Really enjoyed your cover of "I'm On Fire". You and The Boss should perform it together sometime. Campfire at my place the next time you are in town :-)

    Really enjoyed your cover of "I'm On Fire". You and The Boss should perform it together sometime. Campfire at my place the next time you are in town :-)

  • Carrie

    Carrie Chico CA

    What I like about the new CD (besides pre-ordering and getting it early :D) are the songs "Now Take Flight," "The Show," and "These Grey Days." What I :love: is how you've preserved that Coyote Grace sound that we all know and love while stretching your aesthetic and even taking some creative risks ("Now Take Flight"). It all totally pays off. What makes me :bawling: is not having "Hallelujah" on the album. Would you sing it next time you come to Chico?

    What I like about the new CD (besides pre-ordering and getting it early biggrin) are the songs "Now Take Flight," "The Show," and "These Grey Days."

    What I love is how you've preserved that Coyote Grace sound that we all know and love while stretching your aesthetic and even taking some creative risks ("Now Take Flight"). It all totally pays off.

    What makes me bawling is not having "Hallelujah" on the album. Would you sing it next time you come to Chico?