Kennedy's Kitchen delivered as promised! They were one of the nicest groups we have ever hosted. The concert was wonderful; the stories were entertaining, and the musicians were gracious. Who would have thought that a Sunday afternoon in the Kitchen could be so much fun!
Mary Jane Ormerod, Music Series Coordinator, First Presbyterian Church, Fort Wayne IN
Kennedy's Kitchen New CD, The Hotting Fire is full of rare gems: Bob Harke's "Vinegar Hill" and Rob Weber's "Children in the Band [are] classics. "Crickets in the Hearth" a recitation by joHn, will take you on a trip to Donegal, back in time to 1916... beautiful stuff. Kennedy's Kitchen are the real deal, and this album...captures the rich talent and versatility of these committed musicians.
Shay Clark, Irish American News
I would like to thoroughly endorse Kennedy's Kitchen..They performed as part of the Fermilab Arts Series last Summer,
and in addition to technical virtuosity and musicianship, their love of the music and dedication to each other was evident throughout the program. The performance was genuine and heartfelt and provided a true evening of music and camaraderie to our audience.
Janet Mackay-Galbraith,Cultural Events Coordinator, Batavia IL
"To hear Kennedy's Kitchen is to experience the heart of music, the culture of the songs being handed from musician to musician, the beauty of melody untouched by gimmick and the magic of this group of musicians coming together with one aim - to leave you, and them, breathless. Then, on the the next song, they'll have you partying and dancing as never before. One of America's best."
Tom Schaub, Entertainment Director Michigan Irish Music Festival
'A Pocketful Of Lint' contains some of the best traditional Irish music there is - plus some great original tunes and songs. The musicianship is outstanding. A thoroughly entertaining CD - just what you'd expect from one of the top Irish bands in the Midwest. Buy a copy - you'll be glad you did."
Al Kniola, Host of The Back Porch, 88.1 WVPE Public Radio