Awarded no. 2 spot in BBC Gloucestershire's best artists of 2012 - read the article here

Maverick Country Magazine reviews Ever Decreasing Circles - 4.5/5 stars

"Juey has a talent of beautiful creative depth - she's also a very good musician - that places her shoulders above the rest, and this release really demonstrates this." click here to read the full review.

"Sometimes the gentlest and most subtle music can be more inspiring than anything else. juey is no exception, her magical voice drifts gently over lovingly played guitar lines that melt the ears. Check out juey's myspace page to really get an idea of just how wonderful this singer songwriter is." Music News Unsigned

"Ever Decreasing Circles' is a multi-textured record, a thing of profound beauty and deceptive simplicity. juey delivers her songs with intricately crafted self-accompaniments on the guitar and banjo." BBC Introducing

"an inventive and highly skilled writer with a good turn of phrase... a fine storyteller in the traditional style." Maverick, Country Music Magazine

"juey presents an amazing set of soft, country, folk songs ...Engaging well with our Sunday night audience, she held everyone's attention from start to finish." Tobacco Factory, Bristol

"The short listings are a well-deserved recognition of juey's talents as a song writer". BBC Gloucestershire on juey reaching the semi finals on the UK songwriting contest 2010 with three tracks of the debut EP. The BBC interview can be found here.

"One of those moments when I get goosebumps." Paul Moss, BBC Introducing on juey playing live.

"Her voice doesn't dawdle - gets straight to the point - and so the most engaging tracks are the ones where her pleasant timbre is augmented with slide guitar and fiddle, or where playful harmonies add extra depth." Venue Magazine (Bristol) reviewing the EP ...Before the Devil Catches Me.