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The Canadian Trail Times called her a musical dynamo...Celia's infectious enthusiasm guarantees the success of each show...an entertainer in every sense of the word... Celia's fiddling prowess is evident when she plays Orange Blossom Special...a master at drawing even the most stoic of viewers from their shells... The Calgary Stampede says... she is a very versatile & dynamic performer. Her enthusiasm & energy together made her appeal to all age groups in the crowd..The Canadian Creston Advance calls her an ...energetic & multi-talented entertainer...The Camrose Canadian said...If her endless supply of energy & effervescence aren't enough of an amazing spectacle, then listen to her voice...The Greenfield News in California says...Celia is one-woman dynamo show... ...put unbelievable energy & tons of talent in a pretty package- you have Celia...she sings like a lark & plays a barrage of music on guitar, fiddle, mandolin & piano...energy & stamina are a big part of her personality & it shows all the way through her act. It is the driving force of her compelling appeal...The Poway News Chieftain calls her a dynamo in cowboy boots...'fiddlegirl loves what she's doing'!...

What the critics say-about her song writing and recording

Slamm Magazine of San Diego reviewed Celia & Thunder Rose's Positive Thrill CD- ...she's a fiery blonde who often calls herself "Fiddlegirl" when she's performing (listen to "Outrageous Orange Blossom Special" to find out why") ...her real talent lies in songwriting...the slow crooners. The heartbreaking ache of "It Could Be You," for example, reached out and grabbed me by the throat immediately. Same with the bittersweet "When I Look In Your Eyes" (which would be covered by Joe Cocker in an instant if I ruled the universe)... A nice disc with great backing, I recommend this disc to anyone who's seen Celia's show & would like a souvenir of her performance. I also recommend it to any A&R rep who's looking for some killer country ballads.