"One of the most entrancingly beautiful and timeless set of songs to grace a debut album in many years"
- Simon Beards, Maverick Magazine, UK 5 Star review!
Wow - thanks so much to Simon Beards and Maverick Magazine - and a big hello to our new friends and fans in the UK and Europe! It is one of our fondest dreams to cross the pond and perform there next year - can't wait to meet you all in person! Peace, Ron and Terry
"Fine songwriting, married to excellent singing and performing with thoughtful arrangements. An entire program of Burns and Kristy could be only one that would satisfy the soul."
- John Apice, No Depression music blog (full stellar review here:)
Thanks John - we are so happy and grateful that you enjoy our music!
“Burns & Kristy's "Caravan" is an amazing journey through some of the best songs I listened to this year... I didn't know 'em and I'm glad to have the chance to give coverage to their music.”
- Remo Ricaldone, American Roots DJ, Italy
"BURNS & KRISTY have seduced me with their new CD, Caravan--beautiful vocals and a deep sound that creates a very special atmosphere."
- Mike Penard, ISA Radio, France
We'd like to say a big
Grazie tanto and merci beaucoup!
Maybe they'll give us Universal Health Care!
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What a great 2012 we had. NERFA went great...met tons of interesting and talented people, our holiday show was an absolute blast....complete with whole band co-written parody. Will have recording for next year.
We are getting things lined up for our California mini tour. Looking forward to temps above 20 and seeing some dear friends. Lining up gigs for 2013 and 2014...itching to write new songs. Everybody is healthy at the Burns/Kristy home...Noah got pretty sick a few times...so did the doggies, but don't get me started on that.
There is a bright, shiny ball in the sky in Ithaca NY...and it is January! I will take that as a good sign....oh...nevermind...there it goes. I will take that beatiful cloud as a good sign instead.
Have a wonderful 2013 everybody!
Love, Terry... in the tundra