Category Archives: reviews

CD Review: Celtic MP3s

Waves on the Shore is featured in a review over at preeminent Celtic music blog Celtic MP3s Music Magazine, “The Home of Indie Celtic Music”. Many thanks to Gail Rybak for her enthusiastic review and enjoyable email correspondence.

“With an extraordinary voice, and equally extraordinary lyrics, Emily Kellam has made one of the best albums that I’ve heard in a long time. Her love of Celtic mythology, and her involvement in The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) have led her to write songs that draw from those two sources. … [Within] this great breadth of influences there is something to appeal to all.”

Read the full review here!

>> http://celticmp3s.com/2011/07/review-waves-on-the-shore-by-emily-kellam/

CD Review: The Pagan Wheel

Waves on the Shore has its first web-review, over at music blog The Pagan Wheel. Many thanks to both Dave M. and to Shelly R. for the “electronic introduction”.

What is heard is Emily’s strong confident voice singing tales of battle or love, and love lost, as only one experienced in Bardic tradition can. To stand within a circle of peers and audience alike without accompaniment to sing a capella verses and tales one has written oneself is a true test of Bardic worth.

Read the full review here!
>> http://thepaganwheel.com/?p=3158