NOW Magazine
Aug. 2008

Masterful musicianship, tricky solos and fancy vocal work are all the signs of a good klezmer disc, and The Sisters of Sheynville deliver on all counts.

Sisters of Sheynville at Clinton’s Tavern

… the most fun and unexpected addition to North By Northeast

Sisters of Sheynville / Sheynville Express
Keith Wolzinger, Klezmer Shack, 2007

While these ladies are not really sisters, and there is no place called Sheynville (they say it is really a special place in their hearts and minds), the music here is genuine and impassioned. It left me wanting more. So stamp my passport, I’m hopping on the Sheynville Express! (read review)

Sisters of Sheynville’s klezmer album swings
Andy Levy-Ajzenkopf, The Canadian Jewish News, Nov. 2007

…they’ve constantly electrified audiences wherever they’ve gone…a band dedicated to making joyful music!” …”beautiful singing and harmonies…they can light up a studio with their musical joie de vivre…

Newish and Jewish
Toronto Star

Klezmer takes up swing, or vice versa, in the person of the Sisters of Sheynvile, a new band of six Jewish women reinterpreting ’30s and ’40s jazz. Religious homogeneity never sounded so good.

City Roots City Wide Festival
Kanadapost: Koth

… the Sisters… were eclectically colorful with their blonde reinvention of the Barry Sisters…
I really did enjoy the music very much…”

Chill out at Winterfolk
Toronto Sun

…Sisters of Sheynville play their unoique music, which is influenced by Eastern European Yiddish traditions, Czech musical theatre and American country blues, at Winterfolk. The popular weekend music festival will help you get out of the doldrums….” (Mary Dickie, Clubwatch, February 2, 2006)

…wildly successful Lesley Mitchell-Clarke, The Wholenote Magazine, Nov. 2006