Traveling all over the world is what these talented singer/songwriters have been up to. Come out and hear them deliver their awesome music and tell of their world travels. Look forward to a great show!
"Two extremely talented people, Jenny Parrott and Vaughn Walters, make up Loves It. The record is an American original, seemingly spontaneous at times, effortlessly stunning when you least expect it. The voices come into your heart like that of an angel on your shoulder. Music is sparse, unique and stellar. Another step on the road to the stars." -Kinky Friedman
"Best CD anyone's given me in my memory" Mark Rubin of the Bad Livers
"...heartbreaking stories with tragically gorgeous vocal harmonies, hearkening The Avett Brothers with the sincerity and intimacy of The Civil Wars." - Michelle Bacon, The Deli Magazine - Kansas City
"The Loves It album is disarmingly funny and engaging. You rarely hear that much warmth outside a Jonathan Richman album." Christian Lorenz from Tuneraker
"End 2011 on a high, immersing yourself in some shamelessly naive and wonderfully quirky music. Loves It are a brand new boy-girl duo that makes a racket like a 1930's style travelling medicine show that was reared on a diet of Jonathan Richman records. Vaughn Walters picks a mean, scratchy banjo while Jenny Parrott voice alternates between sweet playfulness and the world-weariness of a seasoned blues chanteuse.There are a lot of Americana references in this opening paragraph alone, so you'll have an idea what Walters and Parrott sound like. If Jonathan Richman and his Modern Lovers plundered the 1950's canon of pop music to create their brand of naive 'n' roll, Loves It are digging deeper, right into a veritable drug store stuffed to the rafters with 1930's Blues, Appalachian hollers and Dustbowl ballads." Tuneraker.com
"There's a lovely simplicity in things that come in pairs. White clouds and a blue sky, lemon slices and iced tea, and Jenny Parrott and Vaughn Walters. The two singer-songwriters and their collection of strummed instruments are one part Avett Brothers (no really, Walters could be one, both in appearance and poetic, nostalgic songwriting) and one part Patsy Cline, due to Parrott's romantic style and sway. The indie-folk group calls themselves Loves It and is both silly and thoughtful." Flagstaff Live
"Keep it simple if you have the charm and talent these folk's have. Damn fine music, so catch up with them if you get the chance, either live or recorded." Beehivecandy.com
"...fans will appreciate the fact that their indie folk is audibly inspired by the roots of early country, gospel, bluegrass and soul. Still at the core is the sharp, angelic ruralism of Parrott's singing, only balanced this time by Walters' warm, open voice." Bao Le-Huu, Orlando Weekly
"Variety, virtuosity, humor and a genuinely sweet and vibrant disposition...our audience was charmed, entertained, and LOVES-ed it... yours will be too!" Matt Morelock - Morelock Music, Knoxville TN"
"With vocal stylings ranging from gospel to soul and country to folk, Loves It! is a must see and Yay! is a must have." Michael Plata - Examiner.com
"Loves It are a delight to watch. Talented, quirky, fun... and just plain darlin'!" DJ Red - WDVX Blue Plate Special"
"Jenny Parrott's romantic vocal style can melt any man's heart, and Vaughn Walters' soulful and rustic delivery bring a unique and inventive energy to their music. With a touch of folk, bluegrass and country, Loves It! is totally Texas!" Nick Dement - KAOS Radio
"Jenny Parrott of Shotgun Party has another band, a duo with Vaughn Walters, and they just released their album "Yay!" and it is great. I'm not a stellar descriptor, but I'd say it sounds something like magnetic fields, crossed with decembrists, with some fiddle and a firm country twang... or something. There's a track about the civil war, and one about Bobby Kennedy. They are not all historical, but these are my favorites." - http://worsethanlast.blogspot.com/2011/01/loves-it.html
"They've got a great imagination ("Bobby Kennedy," "Christmas Tree Bridge") even when the bluegrass gets sad." Audra Schroeder - Austin Chronicle
"Both accomplished writers. This collaboration shines!" The Loafer (Johnson City TN)
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