PRESS

ALBUM REVIEW

in the year you were born

September 5, 2012
“…a textbook example of how to do things right…the chatter about this one is likely to be more roar than whisper” ~ David Farrell, New Canadian Music

LIVE REVIEW

September 23, 2012
“The band is undeniably prolific, but the songs all come across as thoughtful and heartfelt.” ~ Catherine, buying shots for bands

ALBUM REVIEW

in the year you were born

September 19, 2012
“good old-fashioned musical talent that combine soaring three-part harmonies, a host of instruments and storytelling.” ~ Meaghan Baxter, VUE Weekly

LIVE REVIEW

December 25, 2012
“…the music is unmistakably folky in its style, there is a maturity and classic quality…[with] rich sounding guitars, catchy beats and singable melodies.” ~ Nadia Elkharady, examiner.com

ALBUM REVIEW

in the year you were born

September 21, 2012
“yet another triumph for graydon james & the young novelists.” ~ Michael Thomas, Gray Owl Point

ALBUM REVIEW

in the year you were born

September 25, 2012
“Rating: 4/5″ ~ Jesse Skinner, Toro Magazine

ALBUM REVIEW

in the year you were born

October 19, 2012
“…a full-blooded sound, at times reminiscent of The Band…their album is highly recommended”
~ Kerry Doole, Tandem Magazine

LIVE REVIEW

October 11, 2012
“refreshingly unrivaled….a veritable country-fried cacophony”~ Sabrina Nanji, Post City

FEATURE

August 24, 2012
Article published in August 24, 2012 edition of the Moncton Times & Transcript~ Ken Kelley, musicnerd.ca

INTERVIEW

August 9, 2012
Visit the page to hear Graydon’s interview with Mike Trenholm from eastcoastkitchenparty.net

ALBUM REVIEW

live at dublin st church

December 5, 2011
“Live at Dublin St. Church is a picture of a strong band continuing to put on a strong performance.”
~ Michael, greyowlpoint.com

FEATURE

March 24, 2011
“For fans of Blue Rodeo, The Band, and pre-weirdness Wilco, here are three last words: Step right up.”
~ John Sakamoto, The Toronto Star – Anti-Hit List

LIVE REVIEW

March 22, 2012
“…if James keeps delivering performances like this, there’s no way he won’t rise to the top.”
~ Ian Gormely, exclaim.ca

PROFILE

August 24, 2011
“Hearing them for the first time is simultaneously refreshing and familiar.”
~Ty Trumbull, postcity.com

INTERVIEW

June 17, 2011
Michael from Grayowl Point sits down and chats with Graydon about life, the universe, and everything.

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a small town eulogy

“Attesting to talent that’s real and only just begun, A Small Town Eulogy is a work of unpretentious brilliance.”
~Nereida Fernandes, exclaim.ca

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a small town eulogy

May 11, 2011
“This EP is AMAZING. It starts small and builds, keeping you interested and intent on hearing what’s next.”
~ Martin, noisography (halifax)

LIVE REVIEW

January 12, 2011
“I must say that Graydon James & The Young Novelists lived up to the good things I’ve heard and I’m looking forward to catching them again.”
~buyingshotsforbands.com