1. Heath Andrews
“the sound of rocking guitars, pounding basslines, and crashing drums …pop/rock edge makes his [Woolston\’s] music incredibly accessible … very distinct alternative rock sound … akin to something from Foo Fighters or a less grungy Pearl Jam … guitars have an almost U2 kind of chiming to them and the drums have a forceful stomp … Peter Woolston has created an album that rocks and inspires with equal measure”
5 out of 5 stars
Heath Andrews discovered a passionate love for music at the hands of Huey Lewis & The News. Inspiring him greatly, he obtained a B.S. in Radio/Television and scriptwriting, hosting and produced multiple radio programs and interviewing musicians such as David Knopfler, Nils Lofgren, and Bruce Hornsby.
2. Kelly O’Neil
“Like U2 in it’s heyday … kicking rock … grand confident vocals … layered guitars … similar timbre to Switchfoot … enjoyable modern rock album that will easily attract listeners worldwide”
4 out of 5 stars
Kelly O’Neil began her career in NYC with a diverse clientele including Foreigner, Jessica Simpson, Kevin Max, Jaci Velasquez and Sir James Galway. She moved to Nashville and wrote for CCM, U and CrossWalk magazines with freelancing credits including Reader’s Digest, Pan Pipes, christianmusicplanet.com and christrock.com.
3. Alex Henderson
“this is a solid outing that paints an attractive picture of his talents as a vocalist, songwriter and guitarist … Woolston specializes in melodic, guitar-powered alternative rock, and it is evident that he has a knack for memorable hooks. Woolston is as infectious on “Dead Man Walking,” “Obsession” and “I Believe In You” as he is on “Better Man Someday” and the title track (all of which he wrote by himself) … Hope On My Horizon is definitely an album that counts its blessings and sees the glass as half full rather than half empty … enjoyable outing”
3.5 stars out of 5
Alex Henderson is a veteran journalist/music critic whose work has appeared in Billboard, Spin, The L.A. Weekly, Creem, HITS, CD Review, Skin Two, Black Radio Exclusive, Thrash Metal and a long list of other well known publications. Known for his eclectic tastes, Alex has contributed several thousand CD reviews to The All Music Guide online and series of reference books since 1996. Jello Biafra, Sonny Rollins, Megadeth, Ice Cube, Live, Chick Corea, Public Enemy, Marduk, Bobby Brown, Ra and Everlast are among the many well known artists Alex has interviewed during his long career.
4. Alec Cunningham
“all tracks you can easily get into and sing along with … these tracks are easy to relate to … an arena rock sound.”
3.5 stars out of 5
Alec Cunningham is a journalist and freelance writer from Knoxville, TN where she currently works for Blank Newspaper, Knoxville’s longest-running independent publication, writing musician interview articles and album reviews.