That said, at the top of the evening - and in the spot light - was Shiloh Hawkins hailing from Columbus, Ohio, and she was a wonderful and sympathetic opener for this evening’s delivery of Americana, Folk and Roots music. New to the Nashville crowd, Shiloh gained immediate - jaw dropping - approval, and the audience was enthralled by the vibrant delivery of her music, which gave a nod to Ani DiFranco. Hopefully, she will get back down this way again.”

Mane Event Productions, Nashville TN

If someone was meeting me for the first time and said ‘tell me about yourself’, I would hit play and let my music do the talking...”

Shiloh Hawkins, Warren Tribune

Shiloh Hawkins comes home for Rust Belt Mini Tour.”

Gary Angelo, Tribune Chronicle

Track four, “Pull Of The Moon” features Shiloh Hawkins (of Blue Through Branches) in a great give-and-take duet with Rutushin that really jumps out of the speakers at you. Their voices are so complimentary and the arrangement of Lex Calder’s Hammond B3, Lake Baum’s electric & Shiloh’s acoustic guitars and Ed Davis’s drums makes this hands-down the best song on the CD, musically and lyrically.”

— Eric Broz, JACOMB

Song In A Day produces music on a deadline...”

Gary Angelo, Tribune Chronicle

Annual Madden Road Music Fest features local music...”

Dye Family, Urbana Daily Citizen

I love Shiloh, her stories told through music and how they relate to me. She is amazing, and her sound, either acoustic or with these amazing musicians, touches my soul.”

— Anonymous