I recently got two reviews for Home in the Heartland from two of the nicest and most talented artists you’ll meet. Their kind words mean a lot to me. “It’s hard to not be happy when you’re listening to Tim Cheesebrow–and easy to remember the things that matter most. “Home in the Heartland” is another wonderful collection with a great variety of heartfelt, authentic songs, and rich, tasteful production. Thanks again Tim!” – Peter Mayer, Prominent Minnesota Singer/Songwriter (www.blueboat.net)” “Sweet, melodic songs with an uplifting message. I enjoyed listening.” – Liz Longley (www.lizlongley.com/) Thanks a lot Liz and Pete!
Jack Klatt’s CD just arrived in the mail. It came in a handwritten package, and those are always the best. I hadn’t heard of Jack prior to backing his crowdsourcing project. I was impressed by his campaign video and thought “Hey, $20 is worth taking a shot on this guy…let’s see what he does.” It came in modest packaging and the disc inside was imprinted with a single color over the disc’s native silver, and even then only with the title of the album and the artist’s name. This gave me a clue as to what I was to findContinue readingLove Me Lonely – Jack Klatt
“Breanne’s debut album is a work of courageous introspection, a work that reveals life unvarnished by typical social niceties that would otherwise conceal the pain of loved ones taken too soon. While it may have been a project for personal catharsis I think that many of us can find solace here too, even the simple comfort that we are not alone in grief. Keep on writing honestly, Breanne, it is the kind of music the world needs to hear most.” Breanne is a somewhat recent acquaintance of mine. We became fast friends and I grew to admire her optimism, strength and courage.Continue readingSix Strings of Peace and Sanity – Breanne Marie
This great review comes from John C. McClure over at Victory Review magazine. This is a quote from the June 2012 issue…. “I have a warm place in my heart for people from the Great Lakes area of the country. One of my favorite songwriters in the world, Drew Nelson is from there, and just about everyone I’ve met from there has been so nice it tempts you to wonder what they’re up to. Now I have yet another reason. His name is Tim Cheesebrow, and his first album project, “the moments between” is an excellent collection of “inspirational music.”Continue readingAnother Review!