-- a trippy trio of women, none of whom are named Alice --
Claudia Slayman, Verlene Schermer, and Deb Knodel
"It goes like this, the fourth, the fifth, the minor fall, the major lift." These women love and trust their music, and when they sing and play, the passion shows and sounds. With harp, nyckelharpa, bass, piano, that little rhythm frog thing, and wonderful close-harmony singing, "To the Moon" is a major lift.
-- Jerry Randal Bauer, music aficionado
"Wonderful music and singing! Thank you!" -- Karen
From the Andrew Sisters to Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, there isn't a genre in which these three women can't sing or play their multitude of instruments. Their tight harmonies touch deep into your consciousness, lifting you up and settling you into a land of pure enjoyment. Manhattan Transfer ain't got nothing on them!
-- Lesley Schneider, Concert Promoter, Nevada City, CA
"Loved the music! Thank you for coming!" -- Jennifer
"We enjoyed the grand variety of music -- truly wonderful! It certainly lifts one's spirits. Täk skul du här! and many thousand thanks as we Norwegians say!" -- Stanford Hospital patient
"Vocal blends better than the Andrews Sisters, with interesting combinations of instrumentals -- not to be missed!" -- Kevin, sound engineer, Menlo Park
"You girls are absolutely wonderful!!! Haven't heard such beautiful voices in person for a long time. Wish to see you all soon again!"-- note from a concert in June 2009
"Totally awesome! What great fun, great harmonies, great energy -- awesome!" -- Janet
"To the Moon was a harmonic delight!" -- attendee at HarpCon 2010 in St. Louis