A Canadian instrumental World/Roots musical ensemble from Southern Ontario, Canada.
Their debut CD "A Thousand Yesterdays, is an originally composed compilation of distinctive musical arrangements complimented by Violin, Mandolin, Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Percussion, and Accordion. "A Thousand Yesterdays" is musical eclectic journey. It takes the listener through an array of emotions and memories. The music expresses passion inspired by special events, tragedy and love. It comes from the heart. It is pure and sincere.
TESTIMONIALS, on "A Thousand Yesterdays"
"If you find yourself hankering after some sophisticated urban World/Roots dance music or some Latin-beat cafe tunes, you will want to make a future date to hear The Acoustics " Linda Geary - Entertainment Reporter, The Expositor, Brantford, On.
"A passionate and professional piece of work" Ray Materick - Recording Artist, King Kong Records
"What a great album reflecting a blend of cultures...true Canadiana " John Kenyon, Payne Music, Hamilton, On.
"The Acoustics have a wonderful old European sounding vibe with sultry accordion and flourishes of Spanish guitar" Mark McNeil - Entertainment Reporter, The Hamilton Spectator
"Evoking Prague cafes and cobbled streets with their old European sound. They put a twist on tradition with their new sophomore CD" Rob Faulkner - Entertainment Reporter, The Hamilton Spectator
"Acoustics sound fine......a polished professional sound" Richard Beales - Entertainment Reporter, The Expositor, Brantford, On.
"Mix Gypsy with Klezmer, add spoonfuls of Latino and waltzes for flavouring, pinches of Tango and Greek for taste and you get an instrumental recording filled with a love for all types of music and the joy it brings. This album truly represents what this country is really all about" ........."Jim Marino - Host / Producer, Freewheeling Folk Show CFMU 93.3 FM Radio, Hamilton, On.
"Out of all the music I listen to each day, this was a surprise. A refreshing new look into the traditional sounds of the Mediterranean, sure to leave a little warmth in your soul" Colin Shannon - President, Creative Radio, Hamilton, On.