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The Woolshed Sessions

"A laid-back delight... simple, elegant and heartfelt music... gorgeous harmonies" 

- Grant Smithies, Sunday Star Times

"Timeless... pure... as simple and beautiful as our landscape"

- The Press

"They have captured this place, holding it spinning in their senses and allowing it to burst forth as music"

- Nelson Mail
The Woolshed Sessions was a finalist for Best Aotearoa Roots Album 2009 at NZ Music Awards. It received 4 stars from Q Magazine UK and was named "Best Album of 2008" by John Campbell on TV3's Campbell Live.
Stringing Me Along (Jess Chambers) from The Woolshed Sessions album was awarded APRA Best NZ Country Song Award 2009.

Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra

"Entertainment of the highest order"

- TV3

"The most anticipated act of the day"

- Rip It Up at Big Day Out 2009

"Everyone's favourite ukulele orchestra (well, everyone who matters)"

- ukulelehunt.com

Fly My Pretties

"The show has that electric X-factor"

- NZ Herald

"A breathtaking showcase… every Fly My Pretties project tops the last"

- Groove Guide

"Too many high points to mention"

- stuff.co.nz
Fly My Pretties Live at BATS achieved platinum sales, received 6 B-Net nominations (winning Best Pop Album) and was named Best Roots Album at the 2005 NZ Music Awards.

The Return of Fly My Pretties achieved platinum sales and was named Best Aotearoa Roots Album at the 2007 NZ Music Awards.

Shanks' Pony

"A singular artist… Pryor pushes himself and never falters"

- Tom Cardy, Dominion Post

"Supremely satisfying"

- Nick Bollinger

"Unusual, distinctive, compelling… a profound creative restlessness"

- Sunday Star Times
Shanks' Pony was a finalist for Best Aotearoa Roots Album at the 2007 NZ Music Awards, and finalist for Best Cover Art in the 2007 bNet NZ Music Awards.

City Chorus

"Stunning"

- Scott Kara, Timeout/NZ Herald

"Pryor didn't sound like anyone else - and still sounded great"

- Dominion Post

Dirt Poems

"Masterful production"

- Nick Bollinger, Radio NZ