"Songwriters of her strength are few and far between."
~ John McGann, Professor of Strings, Berklee College of Music
"a little rockabilly, a little honky tonk, and all attitude"
~ Greg Jones, Ear to the Ground Music Blog
"Suzy is not just a studious musician, but an inspired artist who can tap into the emotion and sentiment necessary to enchant an audience."
~ Kyle “The Triggerman” Coroneos, Saving Country Music Blog
"I REALLY like [the new album by Suzy Oleson]. It's fresh, original and uplifting. Great choice of songs and the backing musicians are wonderful. I will be airing it on many shows to come."
~ Ted Branson, host of three different programs on KOOP Radio: "Under the X in Texas," "Country Swing & Rockabilly Jamboree," and "Strictly Bluegrass," plus Ameripolitan DJ winner of the 2016 Ameripolitan Music Awards , Austin, TX
"a modern Americana masterpiece, lovingly crafted and Inspired by everyone from The Beatles to The Rolling Stones."
~ Amy Jones, Maverick Magazine, UK
"Great, Amazing New Record!"
~ Angela Backstrom - Sweetheart of the Radio, WFHB Radio & Radio Free America
"Mandolinist Suzanne Oleson shows herself a force to be reckoned with, as both a vocalist and songwriter. [She] has a most particular knack for lyrics, and a unique sense of melody. Add to that her endearingly quirky voice and you sense a real star quality in this young lady..."
~ John Lawless, Bluegrass Today
~ Twang Nation (on SoundCloud)
"The Mesmerizing Voice of Suzanne Oleson..."
~ Conor Smith, National Bluegrass
"Originally from Austin but now living in Nashville, Suzy Oleson is a singer, songwriter, guitarist and graduate of the Berklee College of Music in Boston. Last Fall she released a self-titled solo debut LP, and “In the Fall”, burnished by a deep but easily-worn understanding of music history and sung with an understated grace, is one of its ten tracks. You can buy it digitally from her Bandcamp page now."
~ The Autumn Roses, Tumblr
"The lovely twang of Suzanne Oleson..."
~ Jeffrey D. Wagner, The Herald News, Fall River, MA
"Suzy Oleson and her band sounded fantastic." - live performance review
~ Joe Wolfe-Mazeres, Ear to the Ground Music Blog
"Oleson began playing the mandolin at the age of 12 and has been lucky enough to study with world-renowned musicians including Darol Anger, John McGann and Eugene Friesen. She has shared the stage with the California Guitar Trio, Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines, Billy Bright, The Two High String Band, and Bert Lams and Tom Griesgraber."
~ Robert Price, New Jersey Herald
"Oleson's roots rock has a backyard feel... like well-worn denim." - solo acoustic performance
~ Brandon Watson, Austin Chronicle
~ R2 Magazine, UK