“Shenandoah has become the most critically acclaimed
Native American Singers of her time” - Associated Press.
“ Joanne Shenandoah is one of the finest tributes to Native American Music and culture”
". . . the Native American music scene is brimming with skilled, adventurous artists, such as Robbie Robertson, Bill Miller, Rita Coolidge, . . . and, arguably the best of all, the remarkable Joanne Shenandoah." USA Today
“Peace & Power” Shenandoah actually has a deeper, more powerful voice than the Irish thrush....Enya” John Diliberto/Amazon.com
“Eagle Cries” : “One Silver One Gold”, a bluesy eco-ballad enhanced with ringing guitars, mythic lyrics and a haunting tone that would have not sounded out of place on The band's Music From Big Pink.” - New Age Voice ; ”Watch Me Through The Night” is an a capella spectacle to behold.” - Cowboys and Indians Magazine; “...rarely has inspiration ranged so far, or so consciously, as it does with singer-songwriter Joanne Shenandoah. The award winning musician is known for stylistic versatility--although she sticks close to folk rock this time out--but every one of her dozen albums shows consistent vision... Even when Shenandoah sings of violence and conflict, Eagle Cries retains its message of peace.” Amazon.com.