"Allison has put Canada well and truly on the map here!" ~ Mike Merritt, Artistic Director, John Lennon Northern Lights Festival (UK)

"Crowe's originals are vivid, both musically and lyrically, and she also does memorable covers. Joni Mitchell's "A Case of You" has a stark beauty while her version of "I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You)" would give Aretha Franklin goose-bumps." ~ Robert Moyes, Boulevard (Canada)

"Ever wonder what it would have been like to listen to a gifted singer/songwriter from Saskatchewan in a small, intimate hall before she became Joni Mitchell? Don't fret the missed opportunity. There's no need to turn back the clock. Check out Allison Crowe..." ~ Robert Reid, The Record (Canada)

"Canada's most charismatic arrival in recent years " ~ Billy Kelly, Producer, Big Big World Festival, Glasgow (Scotland)

"It takes a lot of self-confidence to tackle Aretha (Franklin)'s version of "I Never Loved a Man..." but Allison does and nails it just as good as the Queen of Soul herself. Her piano playing is equally exquisite. Treat yourself to one of the mightiest talents on the singer-songwriter scene today." ~ Bob Muller, (USA)

"â?¦the most honest, heartfelt, and directly intimate concert in my entire life." ~ Ross Hocker, WGTE/NPR (USA)

"It's not hard to see why Crowe's Hallelujah -- recorded in a single take -- is popular. It's one of Leonard Cohen's most affecting songs, and the 26-year-old, accompanying herself on piano, makes it her own with raw honesty and formidable vocal power. It's simultaneously heart-breaking and redemptive, and it has captured the imaginations of thousands around the world." ~ Adrian Chamberlain, Times Colonist (Canada)

"Crowe has the soaring, swooping vibrato of a dark angel" ~ Monday Magazine (Canada)

"Drawing from classical, jazz, pop and gospel sources, the young singer has created singular, inspiring music both in the studio and in the concert hall." ~ The Times Colonist (Canada)

"Beautifully moody, or riotously rocking, Allison Crowe creates piano-based music of transcendent quality" ~ - Jewel's featured artist (USA)

"Get a piece of paper and write Tori Amos in the top left hand corner. Then write Patti Smith top right, followed by Stevie Nicks and Leonard Cohen (stay with me) in the bottom two positions. Then draw diagonal lines from their names to the centre, forming a big symmetrical cross. Here is where you will find Allison Crowe's music. The Canadian singer/ songwriter's trademark piano ballads contain heavy chords and spacious grooves, which underpin her powerful yet delicate vocals to great effect. There is an almost Celtic timbre to Crowe's voice, which is crammed full of enough emotion to make anyone weep, but is carefully used to also make them smile." ~ The Scene (Australia)

"A confident, powerful voice, infused with passion. With the soul of Janis Joplin and the tenderness of fellow Canuck Sarah McLachlan, Crowe rocks with her own unique brand of roots charm." ~ exclaim! (Canada) "Her repertoire is an uniquely original blend of rock, jazz, folk, gospel and soul. It's a joyous sound that one music critic describes as 'Elton John meets Edith Piaf'." ~ Campbell River Mirror (Canada)

"In a nation that prides itself on hockey to the point of obsession, there is something else in which we can take justifiable national pride, our young, female singer-songwriters. And for my money Allison Crowe is the best of the bunch, certainly the most versatile." ~ Bruce Mason, Gabriola Sounder (Canada)

"Canadian singer/songwriter Allison Crowe combines the esoteric beauty of Tori Amos with the pop accessibility of Norah Jones to create beautiful folk/pop tracks." ~ Albums Galore (USA)

"One thing is certain, in the future, when Allison truly gets the recognition she deserves she will be placed in the Canadian mind alongside names like Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Sarah McLachlan and Leonard Cohen." ~ Justin Beach, (Canada)

"I have never been so moved by a woman's voice. Pure as ice, powerful and even violent... it's impossible not to put your heart at stake when listening to her... behold this new virtuoso. By Zeus!" ~ SplinterMuse (France)

"Crowe's singing is tremendously powerful; almost operatic. When she digs into a sustained note, as she so often does, the voice is huge, rounded, with a dark timbre. If listening to the garden-variety pop princess is like drinking insipid white wine... then Crowe is akin to sipping the richest of brandies." ~ The Times Colonist (Canada)

"A dark, powerful voice that seems to come out of nowhere, then thrusts into the stratosphere, falling somewhere between Alanis and Janis" ~ The Globe and Mail (Canada)