Stone By Stone
She's got a great voice, strong, pure and true. --VICTORY MUSIC REVIEW ...Robertson is herself a polished lyricist. More important, she has mixed her own songs with a selection from some very fine songwriters including Lynn Miles, Janis Ian, and Jennifer Warnes. The effect is unified and consistent. --SOUNDBYTES Mae Robertson is a superb recording artist whose songs are immersed in themes of love, fear and inspiration.'Stone by Stone' is her latest release and can best be summed up as a series of contemporary and traditional folk song lullabies for grown-ups. Mae Robertson's voice is honey gold and showcases her gift for song writing. -- MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW The artist, whose previous efforst for the family market have garnered widespread acclaim, asserts that she's not leaving that world behind in search of pop gold. Rather, she's aiming to widen her scope. 'The time was right to try something new,' she says, adding with a laugh, 'It's also very different when your goal is NOT to lull people to sleep.' The Alabama native should have no trouble connecting with mainstream pop listeners with cuts like the hit-worthy 'You Don't Love Me Anymore' and the autobiographical, 'Rather Have the Song.' Her dusky alto vocal range is a true treat, and she has an understated yet memorable way with a lyric that renders anything she performs worth investigating. --BILLBOARD.