stark, dramatic and shadowy 'rock noir'"
San Francisco Chronicle
Dar Williams without the folk, Ani Difranco without
the anger, or Tori Amos only less elfin creature from
fun music with fascinating rhythms, thought promoting
lyrics and intelligent arrangements. Great vocals too!"
David Stafford, KKUP Radio
Excerpts from Deli Magazine Review
of My Last Eye
Stacy Kray is a many-faceted
gem, an artistic treasure just hanging out in our own
backyard in SF. As I sit down to write about her recent
release My Last Eye, I am very humbled. How can I write
a review for someone who has such a gift with words?
Her lyrics speak for themselves in this regard . . .
My Last Eye strikes me as a Tori Amos meets Joan Osborne
type of package. The vocal performances on this album
are exceptional with just the right mix of sultry emotion
and gritty "tell it like it is" rock. . .
. . Stacy holds her own on her first set of studio recordings,
spanning a breadth of creativity on par with the pros.
With organic instrumentation and thoughtful arrangements
she takes a firm artistic stand, comfortable in her
identity. I was hooked on "Someday" from the
first listen. It's not surprising this inventive little
track caught the attention of KFOG, receiving repeat
airplay and a spot on their Local Scene 4 compilation
disc.. . .With this impressive debut studio effort under
her belt, I hope this prolific young artist who is so
willing to explore the inner contours of our society
will settle even further into her creative skin and
push the boundaries of where music and psychological
- The Deli Magazine