PRESS – MEDIA QUOTES

MEDIA

“EG Kight has a stellar reputation as a writer, performer and producer… her legion of longtime fans will marvel at the musical and emotional range that she captures in A New Day.”
– Jesse A. Finkelstein, Blues Radio Int’l

“…a gentle and elegant woman who manages to channel Southern charm, sophistication and a fierce passion for the blues into one tremendously intoxicating voice.”
– Lisa Love, Georgia Music Magazine (former Director of the Georgia Music Hall of Fame)

“A testimony to the healing power of music.  A New Day is sure to lift the listener’s spirits.”
– Living Blues

“EG Kight’s is a unique voice in contemporary music.  Her heartfelt, gospel and country-tinged blues blend American traditions into a toe-tapping good time. Her latest album, A New Day, demonstrates what her dedicated following has known since the late 90s – that she is a special talent.”
– Twangville

“Whenever a blues artist comes along with something fresh and personal to say, it’s cause for celebration. Let us now celebrate EG Kight…uniquely rural, deeply personal sound and style.”
– Taylor Guitars magazine

“The soulful southern eloquence of EG Kight’s voice, mixed with country & blues, is amazing. This Georgia Songbird knows her stuff and it shows in her music.”
– The Georgia Music Channel

“…one of the blues’ most respected vocalists.”
– Sarasota Herald-Tribune

“The 10 songs reach into a deeper place and add a tinge of gospel to her fiery combination of jazz, pop and blues. If you like blues, you’ll love this one.”
– Lee County Courier

“EG Kight is a revelation as both a blues singer and composer… Her latest CD shows exactly why she is held in such high esteem…”
– Blues in Britain

“I welcome her kinder, gentler approach to the genre.”
– KUNC, NPR station

“the Iyanla Vanzant of the Blues… a popular, witty, sophisticated Blues singer. Her message transcends religion to embrace spirituality…”
– Rev. Audrey DuPuy

“The material is as strong as her brilliant, yet comfy, vocals. She reaches and maintains a degree of subtle polish that places her in the ranks of the blues’ greatest ladies.”
– Parcbench Culture Editor, NY

“…one of the most absolute beautiful, richest voices…  The last time I heard a woman’s voice impress me… was when I heard Eva Cassidy for the first time.”
– Michael Johnathon, host of Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour

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