Reviews:

Waves of Silence Debuts at #24 on the Cashbox Magazine Root Music Report!

"Carolyn Currie is a revelation. She sings as if she is the lead vocalist of a heavenly choir -- soft and sweet, yet haunting and magical. Her finger-picking on six and twelve-string guitar frames the music and elevates it far beyond the ordinary singer/songwriter fare. She knows how to surround herself with get the most out of a highly skilled group of professional musicians -- each and every one an artist. Waves of Silence deserves a listen by an audience beyond her fan base in the northwest, and her current home state of Maine. Hers is music that not only soothes the senses but is not afraid to move you and make you think. But mostly you want to hear more. Carolyn Currie has arrived."
Roberta B. Schwartz: Folk and Acoustic Music Exchange (full review)

Waves of Silence is a joy. Currie knows how to wring the truth from some of life's small moments, as well as shine a light on hidden fears. The  production is simple, doesn't distract from her clear, tremulous voice. . . .If you enjoy intellengent ballads, you'll love Carolyn Currie." Holly Wady:femme musique (full review)

"Her fourth CD Waves of Silence is filled with quiet but powerful energy and insight. All of these songs are well constructed and beautifully performed and produced. Several of them stand out as amazing examples of songwriting inspiration, arrangement, and musicianship." – Bob McKillop:
MaineFolkMusic.com (full review)

The new album is a terrific collection of beautiful self-crafted songs of the now again in Maine based singer/songwriter with the lovely voice. Beautiful arrangements by Lange and excellent musicianship make her music a real gem. -- Adolf 'gorhand' Goriup www.folkworld.de (full review)

"A stunningly beautiful accomplishment – a real listener's CD!" – Andrew Harris: Exec Director L/A Arts

"Carolyn Currie's fourth full-length is a warm and smart disc, with fine arrangements of tunes that manage to explore a wide range of folk. Though it's titled Waves of Silence, Currie manages to speak with a loud voice . . ." – Sam Pfeifle: The Portland Phoenix

"Currie's got a tender yet permeating voice that is reminiscent of Kasey Chambers. She's also an impassioned songwriter. Waves of Silence will carry you across emotional interiors . . ." – Aimsel Ponti: Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegraph