Press

Tampa Tribune
April 5, 2014
"This country duo specializes in haunting, lyrical ballads."

Washington Post
September 11, 2013
"Band films video where soldiers clashed in Atlanta; project aims to raise awareness."

Daytrotter
August 12, 2013
"Somewhere between a harvest moon and a soft bed. Gorgeous."

Country Weekly

June 19, 2013
"Vanessa had moderate success in Canada with her 2003 single 'The One', before co-writing the song 'Sugarland' on, yep, Sugarland’s album Enjoy the Ride. Currently she’s a member of rootsy duo Granville Automatic."

Associated Press
May 26, 2013
"Granville Automatic is preparing to release a music video filmed at an ice cream shop on the site of the 1864 battle that left Atlanta in flames during the Civil War."

Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival Guide
April 2, 2013
"A shining example of some of the best and brightest women working in Music City today."

Coachella Valley Weekly (Palm Springs, California)
March 18, 2013
"Captures the timeless spirit and character of the South."

Flagpole Magazine (Athens, Georgia)
February 21, 2013
"Nashville luminaries who write songs about history and war with heart-wrenching narrative weight."

Associated Press (Nashville Tennessean, Miami Herald, Atlanta Journal-Constitution and dozens more nationwide)
December 27, 2012
"Haunting tales of sorrow and perseverance.”

The Beachcomber (Destin, Florida)
November 12, 2012
"Takes country back to its roots."

Columbia Free Times (South Carolina)
November 7, 2012
"Makes history come alive."

Santa Fe Reporter (New Mexico)

October 4, 2012
"Think Gram Parsons meets Willie Nelson meets Emmylou Harris when it comes to the Southern Gothic country tunes from this fine pair of lady singer-songwriters."

INsite Magazine (nationwide)
June 2012
"Blazes creative trails miles away from Nashville's current crop of slick, cookie-cutter artists."

Chattanooga Times Free Press (Tennessee)
April 2012
"Bringing attention to saving Civil War battlefields around the country." 

Seaside Times (Florida)
Spring 2012


Jezebel Magazine (Atlanta, Georgia)
February 2012
"Haunting songs that spin Southern gothic yarns that resonate long after the music stops."

Nashville Scene (Tennessee)
December 18, 2011
"A Critics' Pick. Pristine arrangements with no hint of excess; and their lyrics are pithy and interesting."

Fine Living Lancaster (Pennsylvania)
May 2011 (article on page 72)
"Narrative arc songs that remind you of when alt-country was just country."