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“…(SHEL’s) songs meld ethereal harmonies, out-of-the-box melodies and remarkable musicianship.”M Music & Musicians

(“SHEL’s debut”) is filled with virtuoso instrumental flights, other-worldly harmonies and evocative, atypical lyrics …The Tennessean

(Live review Nashville) “…a power quartet of femme fatale wunderkind sisters…They don’t just play the hell out of their instruments with great passion, they do so flawlessly as if they were born mutated with these instruments attached to their hands Martian Leaks

(Live review NYC) “…these four women armed only with their voices and the instruments at hand, will leave you SHEL-shocked”Bert Saraco

(Live review Denver) To say that Shel graced the stage, would be an understatement. These four sisters from Fort Collins put on a hell of a set that was filled with precision and poise.Listen Up Denver

Best of 2011: SHEL is an acronym from the names of the four sisters who compose the band, Sarah, Hannah, Eva and Liza…Watch these women – for they have no boundaries, and we can only expect amazing things from themWendy Wham

Local Ft. Collins group SHEL joins Los Lobos for their debut performance in eTown. These four, young, classically trained musicians (who happen to be sisters) have an eclectic sound that’s both sophisticated and lighthearted…E-Town

Rising Stars: How do up-and-coming music groups “get the edge” — in a dog-eat-dog entertainment business? The budding success of Colorado’s all-sister-quartet, SHEL, comes from the synergy of 1–their natural talent and classical training, 2–a Grammy-winning producer, and 3–lucky national exposure…Peter Johnson

Early Saturday morning, four young Fort Collins sisters tromped onstage. Fiddle? Mandolin? Definitely an Irish band. Then their clear voices launched into Led Zeppelin’s “Battle of Evermore” with the ferocity of a medieval army. The classically trained SHEL was this year’s emerging artist…Margaret Hedderman – Durango Herald

Four sisters who make up the folk-pop group SHEL are breaking the “girl band” mold. They look different. They sound different. And they’re seen in a different light…DENISE NEIL – The Wichita Eagle

In general the festival itself isn’t much different than our annual New West Fest with random merchandise, food, beer, and music, but there was something special about yesterday. A band named SHEL…they are AMAZING! I have a huge soft spot for talented female bands.SHEL at Taste of Fort Collins

What in the hell are they putting in the water up in Fort Collins? Seriously? Seems like every ten minutes or so our neighbors to the north are churning out another batch of noteworthy artists. Meet SHEL, the latest FoCo outfit to cast us under its spell. Dave Herrera

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\"…(SHEL’s) songs meld ethereal harmonies, out-of-the-box melodies and remarkable musicianship.\"

M Music & Musicians

(“SHEL’s debut”) is filled with virtuoso instrumental flights, other-worldly harmonies and evocative, atypical lyrics …

The Tennessean

(Live review Nashville) “…a power quartet of femme fatale wunderkind sisters…They don't just play the hell out of their instruments with great passion, they do so flawlessly as if they were born mutated with these instruments attached to their hands

Martian Leaks

(Live review NYC) “…these four women armed only with their voices and the instruments at hand, will leave you SHEL-shocked”

Bert Saraco

(Live review Denver) To say that Shel graced the stage, would be an understatement. These four sisters from Fort Collins put on a hell of a set that was filled with precision and pois

Listen Up Denver

Best of 2011: SHEL is an acronym from the names of the four sisters who compose the band, Sarah, Hannah, Eva and Liza…Watch these women - for they have no boundaries, and we can only expect amazing things from them

Wendy Wham

Local Ft. Collins group SHEL joins Los Lobos for their debut performance in eTown. These four, young, classically trained musicians (who happen to be sisters) have an eclectic sound that’s both sophisticated and lighthearted...

E-Town

Rising Stars: How do up-and-coming music groups “get the edge” -- in a dog-eat-dog entertainment business? The budding success of Colorado’s all-sister-quartet, SHEL, comes from the synergy of 1--their natural talent and classical training, 2--a Grammy-winning producer, and 3--lucky national exposure...

Peter Johnson

Early Saturday morning, four young Fort Collins sisters tromped onstage. Fiddle? Mandolin? Definitely an Irish band. Then their clear voices launched into Led Zeppelin’s “Battle of Evermore” with the ferocity of a medieval army. The classically trained SHEL was this year’s emerging artist...

Margaret hedderman - Durango Herald

Four sisters who make up the folk-pop group SHEL are breaking the “girl band” mold. They look different. They sound different. And they’re seen in a different light...

DENISE NEIL - The Wichita Eagle

In general the festival itself isn’t much different than our annual New West Fest with random merchandise, food, beer, and music, but there was something special about yesterday. A band named SHEL...they are AMAZING! I have a huge soft spot for talented female bands.

SHEL at Taste of Fort Collins

What in the hell are they putting in the water up in Fort Collins? Seriously? Seems like every ten minutes or so our neighbors to the north are churning out another batch of noteworthy artists. Meet SHEL, the latest FoCo outfit to cast us under its spell.

Dave Herrera

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