"one of the most affecting yet catchy collection of songs released so far this year" - Malcolm Carter, Penny Black Music [UK].
"...Prison Of Your Heart is the instant classic, arcs of pedal steel gilding a cautiously questing vocal" - Stewart Lee, The Sunday Times [UK].
"as the richness of Tucson Moonshine unfolds with each song, it's clear this is an album that stands apart as the most entrancing work that Hug has ever done." - Woods, Wires & Whiskey @ Exclaim! [Canada]
"The album provides a gorgeous mix of South Western Americana, with a twist of West Coast pop sensibility running deep throughout - Fleetwood Mex?" - Vacilando 68
"Working with Susie on these songs was like family, she had the great telepathy and spirit. I'm so happy to be a
part of these songs being alive, and then the bonus treat was to be reunited with the great JD Foster who we love,
and is a lot of fun too." - John Convertino, Calexico [drums - Tucson Moonshine].
"Susie brought her excellent songs deep into the Sonoran desert for a coat of earthtones, I think they wear each
other well..." - JD Foster, Producer [Tucson Moonshine]
"One is reminded of the album that Convertino and Burns as OP8, along with Howe Gelb and Lisa Germano recorded some years ago, although this is less dusty with more weight accorded to the singer. Hug’s songs are well up to par and the pairing with the Tucson crew is an inspired touch." - Paul Kerr, Blabber 'N' Smoke [UK].