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the Mad Maggies’ One Sheet

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Print & Internet

Love the accordion? Get thee to Cotati – Andrew Gilbert – San Jose Mercury News

“…the stylistically omnivorous Mad Maggies”

Press Play review – Paul Liberatore – Marin Independent Journal

…the Mad Maggies’ music …it’s funky, it’s fun and it sounds like it’s played by people with smiles on their faces.

NBC Bay Area mention

→ Folkwa review of “Shake Those Bones” (Polish)

→ Folkworld reviews of Skull & Magpies (Deutsch) and Shake Those Bones (English) in their #49 issue.

“the Mad Maggies cook up a gumbo of ska-Zydeco-folk-rock”

“‘Il y a un bal’ ist ein toller Cajun Song, die Party geht los.”

“Maggie’s vocal work has a real classy feel…”

Rave review – NeverEnding Wonder radio

“The Mad Maggies refuse to be type cast. They seem to delight in turning musical styles on their end.”

Argus Courier article – Greg Cahill (.pdf of newsprinted version)

Hearsay

“We LOVE the Mad Maggies! … You have got to experience this band….”
— Cadenza Music, St. Paul, MN

“I absolutely LOVE your music! Maggie’s voice is so of another era… Don’t you just want to rub it all over your face?”
— L. Baker-Ronco

“There was not a moment when the dance floor was not packed, even long after the beer was gone. Yes, you guys rock.”
— Rod De Witt, Andersen Valley Brewing Co.

“The Best Band Ever” — Howard Dillon, Bolinas Hearsay News.

“The Mad Maggies…hit it home…leaving the audience begging for an encore.” — Golden Gate [X]Press

“…you and your band are not just great, but such an integral part of everything I try to do with the festival musically.”
— Scott Goree, Cotati Accordion Festival

“One listen to “La Pachulera,” from the band’s self-produced CD “Crazed and Enthused,” is all you need to know just how eclectic this band can be. The song kicks off with a syncopated Tex-Mex rhythm exploding into a rollicking Eastern European dance groove before settling back into that laid-back South-of-the-border feel — like klezmer musicians stranded at a well-lubricated Tijuana wedding party.” — Greg Cahill, for THE ARGUS-COURIER

 

 

 


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