Dang! That slaps (as the kids say these days).— Zeb Fisk (@ZebFisk) June 28, 2021
Your fiddling really rounds out the sound.
The most delightfully uplifting collection I've heard. One or two tunes in and I'm dancin' in the living room.— 𝕆'𝕋𝕖𝕣𝕟𝕚𝕒𝕟 (@KoderKelly) February 2, 2021
I have a keen interest in identifying tunes which made the migration from Celtic roots into the Appalachian/Oldtyme/Bluegrass genres. This latest album is a huge step that way. Thank you!— Jim Aman (@jimaman45) December 8, 2020
How cool is this?! A heartfelt thanks to @MikeFerryMusic & his fiddle for helping to raise awareness about our mission and how we help our neighbors in their times of need. Together, we are making a difference! #FeedMore #FiddlinforFeedMore https://t.co/g1kCycQFZM— Feed More (@FeedMoreInc) March 14, 2019
Yes, even in these hard times, we need music! Thank you for continuing to provide the world with your music. (I love fiddle music!)— Valerie Castaneda (@DesertRoseKnots) November 21, 2020
If you enjoy the fiddle, Mike Ferry is not only amazing but he uses his talent to raise awareness of hunger here in America's backyard. 1 out of 7 people in Virginia goes hungry. Visit Mike's site for music and more information. https://t.co/TpjaGkWBfk— Dianne Rosenfield (@DianneRosenfie2) May 24, 2020
What an array of talent to introduce you to on The Folk Pilot this week. The fantastic debut album from The Wilderness Yet, new singles from people like The Meadows for one and more great artists to introduce. The Folk Pilot, 7pm Thursday, https://t.co/TiBvNbHEkD and thro' TuneIn pic.twitter.com/5qOjycBPIP— @thefolkpilot (@thefolkpilot) July 22, 2020
Listened to the new album. Beautiful. A couple tears were shed. On the mailing list and eagerly awaiting updates as to availability.— Jenna (@jennareidtx) September 3, 2020
thanks @MikeFerryMusic for the amazing ULSTER TO APPALACHIA new album https://t.co/7ggTn0kXKO You've a magic way of playing familiar fiddle tunes so they feel like sparkling new ideas. Cool way to stand "Rocky Road to Dubs" on its head. pic.twitter.com/tHvYIepPNN— Fergus O’Keefe (@fergus_okeefe) September 9, 2020
Fiddler @MikeFerryMusic's new project, an album called "From Ulster To Appalachia," centers around the idea of modernizing traditional Irish tunes, some dating back 250 to 300 years.— The Daily Tar Heel (@dailytarheel) September 20, 2020
Ferry has coined this contemporary genre ‘techno-trad.' @_hannahkaufman:https://t.co/tF7PKIGjrk
Last night I went to sleep listening to @MikeFerryMusic & somehow hit shuffle. Woke up listening to @OfTheseHills on Dark Holler playing @SamGleaves and, to be honest, it was the most at peace I'd been since covid dropped.— dEadKarshner 🍁👻🎃 (@EdKarshner) September 22, 2020
Good music will take care of you.