Proclaimed the "First Lady of Indiana Bluegrass" by WSGS in Hazard, Kentucky

Robins possesses a confident and vibrant voice, and she is well showcased within this setting. Songs including “Johnny Clay,” “Seven Devils Ridge,” and “Bourbon and Beer” (I really like this one) allow her to reveal various colours of her voice and instrumental approaches to this music we revere. The Daniel Salyer song “Johnny Clay” is especially interesting. The emotion-laden “Hurricane” and the title track are focus tracks, and one hears why: to good effect, Robins tends to rare back and sings her heart out on these numbers. ” - Donald Teplyske, Music Critic

— Fervor Coulee

Robins’ vocalizing has both emotional energy and sweetness of tone that makes it rather unique. [...] Throughout, and whether singing lead or harmony, heart-tugging warmth is found in Kim Robins’ sturdy vocals as she presents contemporary material with a throwback approach to catch up on the last four decades, as well as provide hope and optimism for the years ahead.” - Joe Ross

— Roots Music Report

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