Reviews of his 2000 release “Tell My Angel” (featuring guest vocalists Julie Miller, and Leigh Nash of Sixpence None The Richer,) exclaim:
“As if Booker T & The MG’s finally arrived in Nashville. ‘Page out of History’ is a hell of an opener. The title song ‘Tell My Angel’, a good example what the term Americana stands for…Meeks is a master of tasteful arrangements…he gets what he wants: a steaming mix of soul, country and rock.” www.Rambles.net
“Kenny Meeks is a former member of Sixpence None The Richer. He has also played in Buddy Miller’s band, and many others. His sound is accessible country soul with shades of blues and folk. His guitar playing is especially tasty, layers of ‘em with slide or harmonica over the top. His lyrics are sensitive and deeply thought out. His vocal style reminds me of Marc Cohn, or maybe Eric Clapton, smooth and very soulful. Julie Miller lends her intuitive harmonies to three of the tunes. My car has a space between the seats that holds only 5 CD’s; most of ‘em are new things that I ‘have’ to listen to. This CD is there because I love it.”FreightTrainBoogie.com, who listed Meeks’ “Tell My Angel” in their top 25 of the year along with Johnny Cash, Ricky Skaggs, Steve Earle and Ryan Adams.