"There is a new wind blowing in South Louisiana music. And it's called L'Angelus. Talented. Original. Yet tradition based. With roots in both Cajun and Country. To hear them play is a pleasure. To hear them sing is a joy. To see them smile is a wonder. I am a fan."
Michael Doucet dit BeauSoleil:
"L'Angelus" translates to me as "angelic voices" with the instrumental energy of a freight train that knows no boundaries . . . the magic of their music more than touches your heart . . . it pierces your heart then sweeps you away."
Bill Mack (Song of the Year Grammy Award "Blue", Country Music Radio Hall of Fame, Radio Host Country Crossroads):
You are --- without a single doubt --- the BEST, most refreshing, most talented act I've heard in years. I believe the word is UNBELIEVEABLE! ... Wanted to tell you the response has been SENSATIONAL from your "radio visit" with me yesterday. Never forget: I'm one of your biggest fans!
Dr. Michael Clark, Director, Oyster Ridge Music Festival:
L'Angelus electrified audiences at this year's Oyster Ridge Music Festival with their unique high energy Cajun and swamp rock style of music. Voted the band festivarians would most like to see again, L'Angelus has an easy southern energy that makes people want to dance and have fun.
Michel Durand, Festival du Voyageur, Winnipeg, MB, Canada:
"Engaging and fun, L'Angelus' performance is as energetic as it is charming. From the very first chords of the very first song, the Rees siblings know how to captivate the audience, get them dancing and not let up until the night is over! Each lyric is a dare to sing along, and each note an invitation to dance. Skilfully, they have captured the Cajun spirit and deliver it with heart, wit, flair and confidence (and a side of gumbo if you ask nicely)! Always a crowd favourite, it is truly a pleasure to be able to have them play with us again and again."
Marce LaCouture, KRVS Radio Show Host, Lafayette, Louisiana, 2006:
"You are more than a band. You are a force of nature."
Nick Pittman, Entertainment Editor, Times of Acadiana, 2006:
". . . enchantingly beautiful Cajun music with a lush, almost Gaelic quality."
Herman Fuselier, Entertainment Editor, Lafayette Daily Advertiser, 2006:
"A great CD."
Randy Falcon, Accordian Maker and Louisiana Musician:
"Who are you guys? How come I've never seen you play before? Where have you been?"