"Louisville legend." -Courier Journal; -WFPK Radio; WHAS TV
"Genre-defying vaudeville rocker." -NPR
"The music of Brigid Kaelin is the very definition of Americana."
-The Speed of Sound
"Brigid Kaelin writes great songs, is a fine performer, plays several instruments dead well, and can even get a proper melody out of a musical saw! She is a treasure more and more people are discovering and hurry, you don’t want to be the last one to find out about this musical gold."
- Sid Griffin (The Long Ryders & The Coal Porters)
"Elvis Costello and Jim James dueted with Brigid Kaelin dropping a fine musical saw solo." -The Courier Journal
“A wonderful singer.”
— Garrison Keillor
— Maverick Magazine (UK)
“Peppered with witty wordcraft... bright, elastic voice, between liquid and velvety in timbre..."”
— The Scotsman
"The music of Brigid Kaelin is the very definition of Americana. With a deep root in the stylings of Kitty Wells & Ernest Tubb, there are lyrics of love and relationships that never play by the rules, slide guitar and an acoustic strum that move enough to make you forget that it's probably a sad song, and lots of bourbon. She's keeping a tradition alive, but the stories are all in the present, a reminder that the more things change, the more they stay the same, and at the end of the day, we're all probably going to screw this up so bad that we might as well have fun doing it." - Kyle Meredith, The Speed of Sound