In no particular order...
(okay...except for Eric Brubaker because...he's Eric Brubaker!!!)
"I love your rendition [of "Take Me to the Ending"] and can’t wait to hear more from you."
Eric Brubaker of The Steel Wheels
"Ever wonder what happens when you mix bluegrass music with a little front porch magic? Meet the Folk Villians! It’s a family band where the youngsters are the real stars of the show. This sibling act has been playing together for several years, delighting audiences with an impressive variety of music – everything from old-time dance tunes, holiday classics and toe-tapping American favorites. You’ll be amazed with their knowledge of the music (which is played from memory) and their hilarious commentary! Keep an eye on them! They are bound for great things!"
Rebecca Suerdieck, Entertainer & Event Organizer, Williamsburg, Virginia
"The Folk Villains are a very talented trio of siblings that never cease to amaze me with their talent, enthusiasm and versatility. I admire their ability to learn various instruments quickly and include them in their performances."
Buck Burton, gospel singer/bassist, music/orchestral educator
"Love my talented Folk Villians!"
Janet Batchelder, 4H Volunteer
"The Folk Villains will lift you up, get you tapping your toes and doing the jig and appreciating a 'stache!' Log in and escape from the daily stuff!"
Kathryn Redden, actor/director/producer, Toastmaster, & Lower Shore Performing Arts Company Vice President
"An awesomely talented dynamic little bunch of munchkins."
Amy Rhodes, 4H Extension Educator, Senior Agent
"Sweet smooth sounds... smooth like a river, flowing with joy, excitement, and love!"
Calli Gleason, FVan
"They make my feet want to dance!"
Caden Gleason, FVan
"When I listen to The Folk Villains, I think, 'Man, with Villains like these, who needs heroes?'"
Matt Hatfield, actor & director