“A versatile and deep duo…playing timeless tunes with unerring suave skill and very un-museum-ish enthusiasm.
M. Hochanadel - The Daily Gazette
"Wait til you hear their spin on the old-time music. It's awesome!"
Chris Wienk - Exit977.org
"Audiences aren't just invited to sing along, they're dared to try and resist."
The Putnam County News & Recorder
"Their knowledge, love and passion for old-time American music is evident in every part of their performance...It’s important to note that the Godfather of folk and traditional music, Pete Seeger, once gave them his sincerest thanks for keeping the tradition of old American ballads alive."
Cheryl Jenks - Nippertown
“Lost Radio Rounders filled the bill with an entertaining and informative evening of songs and stories…Tom Lindsay’s strong lead singing voice and steady rhythm guitar allowed multi-instrumentalist Mike Eck to color each song with backing vocals and a stringed instrument selected from the rack set behind him.”
Andrew Gregory - CRUMBS blog, timesunion.com
"Michael Eck and Tom Lindsay of the Lost Radio Rounders jump-started the evening with their intoxicating selection of sincere and humorous old-timey (read: historic) American songs. These two first strummed out a song together over 25 years ago, and have reached a fine-tuning and precision that is the envy of any acoustic collaboration. They are a whole lot of fun to see and hear, and play very well off of one another."
M.R. Poulopoulos - The Low Down Review
“It’s the music Abraham Lincoln would have had on his iPod.” (on “Lincoln and Liberty!”)
J. Gish - The Times Union
"The Lost Radio Rounders did a series of concerts last fall at McKownville United Methodist Church in Albany and they were fabulous ! Their voices are a pure joy to listen to... Tom Lindsay and Michael Eck are absolute professionals with huge talent."
CRUMBS blog - timesunion.com