"A mix of folk, country, and classical music, Miles to Dayton has a very polished sound reminiscent of Nickel Creek. Delivering four-part harmonies and improvisational violin and cello parts, Miles to Dayton is stacked with solid musicianship and is definitely worth checking out." -Relix Magazine
"On stage as Side Pony, Wallace’s mesmerizing, powerhouse performance skills are expanded by Cannon’s plaintive and earnest harmonies, and their combined affinity for sucker-punch lyrics and truth-telling leaves no empty spaces." - GuitarGirlMag
"At first glance, everything about Jerron Paxton looks and feels like a journey back in time to the early days of roots music, blues, and American folk. His effortless juggling of instruments — from harmonica to fretless banjo, to guitar, to fiddle — his humorous banter, his rustic stage wear, even his on-stage moniker, “Blind Boy” Paxton, all conjure past musical eras." -The Bluegrass Situation
Why do I think of a circus or perhaps even vaudeville every time I hear Zoe perform?
"She stormed the main stage playing everything from swinging folk and latin jazz to acoustic funk and sprightly celtic flavoured tunes. Her boundless energy was hard to ignore." - Ottawa Xpress