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Moo-Town Productions: Press

"You don't have to be a Hollywood insider to figure out what happens when musicians get together at parties. Someone eventually starts singing or strumming and, before too long, a full-fledged sing-along has started. That is how many bands unwind, but for Milwaukee's Moxie Chicks, that was the moment a few diverse artists and friends became a full-fledged band. The fun and spontaneity of that first performance has carried over even after nearly five years of performing together. The group's fun and irreverence is captured even in its name."
Matthew Olson - The Waukesha Freeman (Jul 22, 2004)


Five stars! "I want to listen to it again and again. I was looking for an upbeat CD on peace. This is just that, plus great music by any measure."
Five stars! "This is a must have collection which reflects our troubled times in the best of folk music traditions. A great collection - each song stands on its own but also adds to the theme- one of the best I have heard in a long time, kind of a modern HARP...."
“A consummate compilation of Milwaukee’s finest folk…who share the vision of ‘change through peace’ with some very beautiful music.”
The Shepherd Express (May 16, 2002)
“This collection is better than most.”
Colleen Moore - Dirty Linen (Oct 1, 2002)
“Archival and interesting.”
Victor K. Heyman - Sing Out! (Sep 1, 2002)
"'Peace Light' is probably my favorite on the album. It's a jaunty tune with great vocal harmonizing by the Recycled Angels...Pamela Means ('Mule') sings with a great deal of passion. She has a wonderful voice and wraps her almost sultry voice around the words...John Stano's 'Be All You Can Be' injects some humor into the proceedings. It's a fun, sarcastic song."
Green Man Review (Mar 2, 2005)


"Fabulous songwriting talents!"
Sandy Weisto - The Coffee House (Dec 31, 2007)
“A local folk hero.”
The Shepherd Express (Mar 2, 2005)
“One of Milwaukee’s premier folk artists.”
The WMSE Transmitter (Mar 2, 2005)
“His songs explore personal concerns and idiosyncrasies…Mooney sounds like he could be a mellow Midwestern cousin of Loudon Wainwright III.”
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (Mar 2, 2005)
“Jym Mooney is my favorite Milwaukee songwriter.”
Fritz Schuler, Golden Ring Folklore Center (Mar 2, 2005)
“As a songwriter, Jym’s craft keeps getting better and better.”
Larry Penn (Mar 2, 2005)
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