“One of the most promising rootsy women artists in the Americana scene.”
5 OUT OF 5 STARS "The sensuous Love Looks Good on You and the title track combine a southern soul feel (think "Rainy Night in Georgia") with soothing down-home bluegrass harmonies for an ambience that's hard to shake."
"...Eleanor Underhill on banjo, Molly Rose Reed on guitar and Salley Williamson on upright bass, wows audiences with a soulful blend of bluegrass-tinged acoustic music that defies easy categorization."
"Underhill Rose invites listeners on a journey."
"Listening to Underhill Rose‘s new album is like sitting on a shady veranda on a hot summer day with a paddle-fan overhead and a sweaty pitcher of lemonade beside you. It’s that sweet and relaxing."
“I was really excited when I found this group because I love the vocals, love the sentiment of the whole album...I think they're brilliant.”
"But here's a thinly-veiled secret: as good as this album sounds — as good as it feels — there's nothing better than the three-piece string band of Underhill Rose performing live on stage. You want an artist's vision of the unvarnished truth? Buy their CD, but see them in concert."
"If justice prevails, The Great Tomorrow will open the door to the wider awareness they so decidedly deserve."
“Take a listen to the music of Eleanor Underhill, Molly Rose, and Salley Williamson, and you will be transported to a sound that has several different ingredients – but at the end of the day, it all comes together to make a dazzling fusion of Country, Bluegrass, Pop, and even a little bit of Tin Pan Blues.”
“Underhill Rose cast a decidedly feminine presence on the Americana scene, which is largely male-oriented. This trio of lovely young women could have sold out to Nashville from their good looks and pretty voices alone, but thankfully they decided to opt for a vintage country sound. More specifically, Underhill Rose is rooted in bluegrass, folk, and blues, linking them with indelible pop hooks and soulful harmonizing.”