praise for where the legends grow like weeds

Jackie Morris’ CD really is a gem.” - Andy Doerr, host, "The RoadTunes Sessions," KCSB
Her rich lyricism approaches, at moments, Marty Robbins. Like Robbins...Morris compresses existing stories into song format, culling from true-to-life stories.” - Charles Martin


The album …bring(s) back the memory of the high tide mark of the traditional C and W genre, although Morris also includes elements of country as well as bluegrass, folk and blues. In part, thanks to her crystal-clear voice and the accomplished string playing of multi-instrumentalist David West, she is able to distill a unique sound of her own from the blend of all these styles.” - Benny Metten

—, Belgium

Clever songwriting is tucked inside each song.'” - J-Sin

— Smother Magazine