-- Bob Mersereau's Top 100 Canadian Albums - Canada --
Excerpt from "South Haven" Album Review
"MacDonald's fiddle and Miller's pipes sound so connected at times, it's as if there's only one person playing, or better yet, a brand-new instrument has been created. Their version of this traditional material is full of spark, the tempos largely quick, and the interplay exciting. Cormier's addition is mostly subtle (until the feet get going), but very effective, adding an almost bluesy harmony that both supports and thickens. Traditional sounds, but most definitely a modern Maritime mix."
-- The Living Tradition - United Kingdom --
Excerpt from 2018 Celtic Colours International Festival Review
"[Miller - MacDonald - Cormier] struck me as something quite special... Here we have great music, played well; no never-ending tuneless tunes that prove the artists' technical abilities but leave the listener cold; no endless search for ways to be different at the expense of musicality... It was instantly refreshing."
-- Celtic Life International - Canada --
Excerpt from "A Day at the Lake" Album Review
"A Day at the Lake brings the best of Scottish Border pipes and Cape Breton fiddle to the table for ten terrific tracks of old-school jigs and reels. [...] Miller and MacDonald bridge the historical waters between old and new Scotland, connecting the Celtic dots. [...] Playful, poignant, and passionate all at once, here's hoping that Miller and MacDonald keep making beautiful music together."
-- The Inverness Oran - Canada --
Excerpt from "A Day at the Lake" Album Launch Review
"An entertaining and lively show which got audience members off their feet and dancing between the tables. [...]
Full of rich traditional sound, unique to Cape Breton, Together they form an impressive blend of freshness and tradition...True talent!"