Country-fried folk pining for the simple life

Las Vegas Review Journal

She has a way with words, telling tales of magical forests and the like. Her voice is clear as a mountain stream with a bit of backwoods twang hinting at roots in the Appalachians, but as she explains, she actually grew up in the tiny historic mining town of Virginia City, Nevada. She draws inspiration from old country songs, something you hear in the sweet harmonies that recur on her record. She strums a guitar on some songs, a mandolin on others; I particularly like the banjo tunes.

BOB DORAN, North Coast Journal

A hardworking songwriter clearly steeped in the bluegrass tradition and has a really fine voice with echoes of Iris DeMent and Gillian Welch…Smiles all round at the end of the set.

Roddy McKenzie, Inverness Gigs

For songstress Caitlin Jemma, exploration and adventure are not things to fear. Her music smacks another millennial nail on the head — finding light in life’s dark places…She’s harnessed that sense of bold, risk-it-all adventurism and channeled it into her music.

Eugene Weekly