What the Critics Say
Baltimore City Paper: "Celtic guitar god."
Guitar Player: "Breathtaking...brilliant technique, always in
service of the music."
Sing Out!: "Uncanny ability to combine precision, virtuosity
and soul...his reputation as one of the best folk instrumentalists
in the business is well-deserved."
Dirty Linen, The Magazine of Folk and World Music: "A rare
combination of technical virtuosity and emotional nuance...Robin
Bullock has a deep appreciation of the power of music to touch
people's hearts, and the skills to make that happen when he plays."
Classical Guitar (U.K.): "A musician whose technical skill
and stylistic expertise are second to none...a time-served folkie of
the highest calibre."
Trad Magazine (France): "Dazzling spirit...what he offers is
not just virtuosity for the sake of virtuosity, but also the
sensibility of one on a quest between past and
present, traditional and modern."
Washington Post: "Although he's got technique to spare, what
stands out isn't Bullock's virtuosity, it's the musicality he
Boston Irish Reporter: "Bullock packs an impressive amount of
skill, variety, and emotion into his music."
Acoustic Musician: "A phenomenal musician...In his mind music
is a liquid thing unbound by conventional concepts of the guitar."
Folk Roots (U.K.): "Celtic flatpicking hero."
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