Frets magazine says Sally Rogers’ voice is "clear as the queen's diamonds", and the Washington Post brands her instrumental work "sterling". Pete Seeger said Sally "has a beautiful voice and has written many extraordinarily good songs that are going to reach out and touch large numbers of people. They sure are great songs!" Howie Bursen is known for his warm baritone voice, devilish sense of humor, red-hot banjo wizardry and inventive guitar arrangements. Since their 1981 Greenwich Village coffeehouse encounter this married duo has built a folk reputation throughout the U.S.A. and Canada. Howie is also an award-winning winemaker and Sally is a Master Teaching Artist in Connecticut schools. More about Sally here.