The Haunted Windchimes on Sun, June 8, 2014

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“Popular among the grey hairs, green hairs, purple hairs and all over.” — Garrison Keilor, A Prairie Home Companion

“They recreate the vibe of rural 1930s music with a contemporary consciousness. The rustic, honeyed harmonies are a delight.” — Bruce Sylvester, Sing Out! Magazine

“the band perfected an old-timey hoedown sound, executed with passion and precision.” — Eric Eyl, Reverb (Denver Post Blog)

“Traditional, old-timey backwoods, backporch music that burrowed its way into your head and then refused to budge.” — The Mad Mackerel (UK Music Blog)

“Grounded in honeyed harmonies and spirited pickin’, it lies in a nowhere land between distinct styles.” — Tracy Mobley-Martinez, The Colorado Springs Gazette

“The Haunted Windchimes might be Pueblo’s best export since steel, and they’re certainly one of the finest roots outfits on the Front Range.” — Bill Reed, The Gazette

“The Windchimes are, beyond a reasonable doubt, one of Colorado’s most significant musical treasures.” — Adam Leech, Colorado Springs Independent

“Their name sort of says it all, but in case you haven’t heard, they’re the best singers around.” — Caitlin Rose, ATO Recording Artist

“The Haunted Windchimes paint an evocative and compelling musical picture with familiar hues of folk, blues and Americana.” — Cory Casciato, Denver Westword