Radio Quotes

"Your recording is outstanding." - Upper Room with Joe Kelley, WVOF 88.5 FM in Fairfield, CT

"Thomasina's 'Chasing Cloud Shadows' album has a treasure trove of interesting sounds that flow from one image to the next with such texture it's amazing. The music ranges from instrumentals to traditional folk songs with a crisp backing ensemble behind her most lovely voice and world-class dulcimer. Add some excellent originals and even some tasty rock guitar here and there...and you'll be fully entertained, as well as inspired." - Eddie Russell, The Country Eastern / Outlaw For Peace Radio Show, Rainbow Smoke Network

"A beautiful girl, a great voice, an old instrument, three elements that form together a new star at the folk firmament." - Peter Kranendonk,Spek Met Peren & Irish Coffee, Radio Hoeksche Waard, The Netherlands

"From album design to music within - ‘Holding Back the Night’ is a refreshing blend of tradition meets cool 2000." - Eddie Russell, JRRI International Radio

"...with a new style and grace, Thomasina can turn heads. ‘A Peaceful Storm’ has some head turning performances. Investigate." - John O’ Regan, Rock ’N Reel Magazine, Broadcaster, Limerick, Ireland

"... mountain dulcimer music with bone and sinew." - Frank Gosar, KLCC 89.7 FM, The Saturday Cafe, Eugene, OR

"You have a gorgeous voice! I'd love a copy of your cd for the station!" - Karen Rakos, "It's All Folk", Glacier City Radio, Girdwood, AK

"Thomasina's 'Chasing Cloud Shadows' album has such a treasure trove of interesting sounds that drifts from one image to the next with such texture it's amazing. From instrumentals to traditional folk songs with such a chrisp backing essemble behind her most lovely voice and world-class dulcimer. Add some excellent originals and even some tasty rock guitar here and there...and you'll be fully entertained, as well as inspired." - Eddie Russell, The Country Eastern / Outlaw For Peace Radio Show, Rainbow Smoke Network

"The second CD is by Thomasina and is called "Chasing Cloud Shadows". Thomasina is a Mountain Dulcimer player, singer and songwriter. On this CD she merges all these elements and produces a beautifully balanced CD. There are the well known tracks such as The Circle Game, The Water is Wide and others as well as her own compositions. She ably assisted by a large range of musicians. Check out her website www.thomasina.net." - Folk till Midnight, PO BOX 250, Nairne, South Australia 5252, Keep on Folking, Henk de Weerd

"Thomasina's Chasing Cloud Shadows album has a treasure trove of interesting sounds that flows from one image to the next with such texture it's amazing. The music ranges from instrumentals to traditional folk songs with a crisp backing ensemble behind her most lovely voice and world-class dulcimer. Add some excellent originals and even some tasty rock guitar here and there...and you'll be fully entertained, as well as inspired." - Eddie Russell, The Country Eastern / Outlaw For Peace Radio Show, Rainbow Smoke Network

"Regarding the acoustic enormously significent. The melodies will last long." - Programme Director Christian Claesberg, DJ Andrea Stolle, Old Stringhouse Music, Herford, Germany

"Your record is outstanding." - Joe, Upper Room with Joe Kelley, 24/7 Internet Radio Show

"At the moment Your track HOW CAN I KEEP FROM SINGING is placed among the 10 most requested titles at our RTW program. Congratulations! All the best and lots of success!" - Programme Director Christian Claesberg, DJ Andrea Stolle, Old Stringhouse Music, Herford, Germany