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"Alt-country perfection." –The Denver Post
The Hollyfelds take classic country, rock, and pop, put it in a pot, add a touch of folk and bluegrass, and baby, they got a stew going. It is music that, as Westword magazine puts it, "splits the difference between alt-country and the genre's mainstream," and contains "just enough of the whiskey and heartache that makes great country music."