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"Echoes From the Prairie is an entertaining album from Pearls Mahone with fantastic instrumentation and great vocal performances." - CountryPerspective.com


"While Mahone sounds at times like a reincarnated Patsy Cline, she brings her own personality to her songs, making each one truly her own, all while abandoning the trappings of today’s pop saturated country music." - Listen Here Reviews


"Mahone’s voice is a confident alto that can be used a variety of ways: she can pull off vulnerable, sultry, sassy, and sentimental...nostalgic. " - Independent Clauses


"Mahone paints with broad strokes and her powerful voice can drown out a rowdy crowd in a bar without even trying. Echoes from the Prairie is a time capsule, but her yesteryear sound is fresh and very much alive." - Here Comes the Flood

"Chicago’s own honky tonk angel, Pearls Mahone brought out the early evening western swing, setting off a two-stepping frenzy." - Review from Patty Templeton on Pearls' Moonrunners Music Festival appearance


"Pearls Mahone and her band of rockabilly swing has very classic country sound that you would think came from the heart of Texas, instead of up north in Chicago." - JP's Music Blog


"Pearls Mahone delivers with a voice that they just don't make anymore. With a velvety Patsy Cline-like purr and a sense of reckless fun, Mahone's an unholy alliance of demure 50s pin-up girl and swinging hellcat. In other words, my kind of woman." - Adobe and Teardrops


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