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“This album will be treasured by any musical enthusiast, but as a deadhead it’s a must for your collection” Kevin Long-
“Inglis very often sounds like his interpretations are a means to rediscovery of the highly-nuanced beauty in songs like “Days Between,” and he’s able to highlight both the craft and the serendipity at the heart of such creations” Doug Collette- All About Jazz

“Inglis takes the most complicated emotions and creates songs that welcome, soothe and comfort the weary soul” – Terry Roland- No Depression

“Inglis is a genre-bending, genre-blending chameleon, and, the fluidity and ease with which he navigates such a wide spectrum of influences is truly exceptional”- The News Hub

“Learning You By Heart” is 13 tracks of one of a kind musical magic that will take you on a journey of old Mexico, the islands of Oahu and Hawaii, then back to Ole El Paso. It touches on the spirit of Americana Country”- Nashville Music Guide

“Learning You By Heart is an album that revels in the beauty of simplicity. Stephen Inglis is able to blend genres so fluidly and easily that his changeability almost goes straight over your head – a testament to his exceptional song-writing ability.” – .Muso’s Guide U.K.


3/11 Tales from the golden road
3/15 KZFR
3/19 Live on KZFR
3/25 WLFR
3/31 WRTC


Maui News 8/22/2018

Acoustic Guitar Magazine 6/7/2018

Ojai Valley News 5/4/2018

WRTC 3/31/2018

Grateful Web 3/28/2018

All About Jazz 3/25/2018

Grateful Music 2O Productions 3/9/2018

2017 Garden Island Article 11-22-2017

2017 Mid Week 11-17-2017 11/12/15

For the Country Record 11/6/15

Musos Guide 10/27/2014

Louder Than War 10/24/2015

In Phase Magazine 10/20/2015

The Music Universe 10/18/2015

Pop Culture Beast 10/07/2015

Tasty Fanzine U.K. 10/02/2015

Contact Music 10/02/2015

Nashville Music Guide 09/30/2015

The Big Sky Buzz 09/28/2015

PureMzine 09/22/2015

Music Existence 09/21/2015

Blog Critics 09/18/2015 09/17/2015 09/16/2015 09/14/2015

Punchland 09/14/2015

Monoblogue 09/12/2015

Static Multi-Media 09/12/2015

Skope Mag 09/10/2015

The Big Takeover 09/09/2015

The Beach Sloth 09/05/2015

IAE Magazine 09/04/1015

The News Hub 09/04/2015

Eat Sleep and Breathe Music 08/31/2015

No Depression 08/4/2015

2015 Live on KITV 4 News 08/12/2015

2015 Hawaii News Now 8/18

2015 Learning You By Heart review in No Depression

2015 D.C. Metro Theatre Arts

2014 Ad in Acoustic Guitar June issue

2014 6-13-2014

2014 The Press Enterprise 6-6-2014

2014 vc reporter 6-5-2014

2014 6-5-2014

2014 Hawaii Aloha Blog

2014 Olympia Times 03/21/2014 

2013 – Soul Sound Slack Review by John Berger

2013 – Improve at the Doris Duke Theatre

2013 Historic ‘Slack Key’ show comes to Edmonds

2013 Slack-key Guitar Festival blows in from the islands

2013 Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival Edmonds

2013 Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival Olympia Style

2012 Hanahou Magazine

2012 Maui News: Legends key to guitar festival

2012 SFGate: Encore: Kamakahi & Inglis’ Kalaupapa tribute, Poke Run with Sean Na’auao

2012 SFGate: Celebrated slack-key songwriter Dennis Kamakahi finds new audience with “Descendants”

2012 Musical journey – Hawaii News – Honolulu Star-Advertiser

2012 SFGate: Hawaiian music: The giants of slack key

2012 Maui News: The Falling Teardrops of Kalaupapa

2012 Honolulu Weekly – Golden Duo

2010 Star Bulletin Review Live at Wards Rafters review

2008 Honolulu Weekly S and S Festival

2008 Honolulu Advertiser – Aumakua Festival

2008 Ka Wai Ola – Mahina O Waialae review

2008 Hawaii Tribune Herald

2007 Honolulu Weekly Cd party

2007 Molokai Times – Mahina O Waialae review

2007 Honolulu Weekly – Mahina O Waialae review

2007 East Oahu People feature

2007 Honolulu Advertiser – Mahina O Waialae review

2007 Star Bulletin – Mahina O Waialae review

2007 Star Bulletin – Aumaku Records feature

2007 Honolulu Weekly – Two Non Jons

2006 Honolulu Advertiser – Driftwood review

2005 Medford Tribune October 2005

2005 Tacoma Weekly Volcano – Aloha Folk Pop

2004 – Honolulu Weekly – Method Man

2004 – Honolulu Star Bulletin – Coming Home