"A superb offering from the powerfolk duo ...
Tecumseh Valley is a joy to behold and it is clear that the chemistry between the two is electric ...
great harmonies, strong tracks and some top instrumental sections"
MAVERICK MAGAZINE, Rob Ramsey, 2018, 4 out of 5 stars.
"Whilst much of what fills this album with sentimentality is mostly American in approach and
acoustic Americana in style, an appealing touch of English folk influences does sneak in to give
a most pleasing purity to the proceedings with this being most clearly evident in “Snow” and the
title song “Hope & Anchor”. Both of these songs allow, quite wisely, the clear and sonorous
voice of Rosie Eade to soar."
FORKING LOCAL FOOD FESTIVAL, 2018.
"Abel and Eade ... have many strands of traditional Blues, Country, Honky-tonk
and Punk drawn into a roots-infused sounds. Rosie and Randy produce glorious
harmonies from these traditions."
BRADNINCH FOLK CLUB, 2017.
"This powerhouse singer/songwriter duo of Rosie Eade, an old friend to the
Village Pump, and Randy Abel from US weave a spell of American/English
alt-country. Their roots infused sound is both original yet rooted in the
traditional music of their homelands combining glorious harmonies with passion
and earthy grit."
VILLAGE PUMP FOLK CLUB, 2017.
"The stories were great and we loved the fusion of both types of music."
Ashley Leeds from FIRECRACKER MUSIC, 2017 (after gig at the BierKeller, Exeter).
BARNFIELD MUSIC CLUB, 2017.
"Oh @folk_pixie AKA Rosie Eade, your voice is a marvel! 'Your Face Smiles' is
great, and has our face doing just that!"
James Santer, BBC Introducing in Devon, 2017.
Review of The Fire (off Battlestorm album by Rosie Eade): "Singer-songwriter Rosie Eade
demonstrates a confident and punchy acoustic rock presence on 'The Fire', a fine
taster for her album Battlestorm."
Rock-n-Reel Magasine, rock-n-reel.co.uk, 2016.
Review of Battlestorm album by Rosie Eade: "The melodies have a more subtle allure, the lyrics deeper meaning, the folk-rock edge
honed and somewhat softened ... the result is an album of substantial depth and equally considerable appeal.
The distinctive Rosie Eade voice remains - recognisable timbre, intriguing phrasing and ability to softly
entice or ‘rock it out’."