About "Water into Wine"

"Woloshin has an easy-listening soft as silk and warm as toast alto voice that is note-perfect on her sophisticated original co-writes"

- Music Connection Magazine


"Woloshin is continuing to embolden in her songwriting flame that contains enough spirit, a little gusto, plenty of personality and a charming poetic resonance to help make her own mark."

-Comfort Comes


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"From the first moment of 'The Words' you know that you are listening to something special."

- Andy Snipper from Music-News.com


About "Water Into Wine"

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"It’s certainly a solid display from a talented artist, who with the right luck could have the world at her feet."
- Ian Fields Americana UK


About "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"

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"Ms. Woloshin has made a version of the song that is so heart-achingly beautiful and so brilliantly ‘un-saccharine’ that you simply cannot do other than applaud her sheer class."

- Andy Snipper from Music-News.com


"Where Does All The Time Go" from "Water Into Wine" was a finalist in the 12th Annual Unisong world-wide competition in the song and performance category. It was co-written with songwriter Jennifer Dent.

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The BBC Radio 2 played "Let It Go Now" one of the tracks from Ellen's release "Water Into Wine" on Desmond Carrington's show "The Music Goes Round" broadcast out of Scotland throughout the UK.


Ellen co-wrote “The Promise of Life” recorded by Dionne Warwick and co-written by Ira Antelis.

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Regarding "Tried & True"

"Woloshin takes some great tunes and gives them a soulful twist.  Listen for her gorgeous rendition of Sting’s When We Dance."

-Metro Source, NY


 
 
 
 

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