"In their lives, and in their music, all three band members embrace a return to simplicity, a longing for freedom, and hope for the future. It is fitting then that these American Characters would devote a song to Highway 50, a road that, like the country it traverses, has seen its share of hardship and history and still keeps pressing forward." -Tom Brokaw American Character Along Highway 50
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"Much of the Tillers' material (and the name of the band itself) hearkens back to a bygone American work ethic. But if their superb-yet-tasteful musicianship, mind blowing songcraft and relentless touring schedule are any indication, that work ethic is alive and well. Check these guys out." -Col. J.D. Wilkes, Legendary Shack Shakers

"From the first claw hammer banjo plucks & fiddle licks courtesy of the hands & fingers of Mike Oberst on his tune, "Cardinal Train," this album displays an already tight unit (you should see them live ASAP, and you‘ll know exactly what I mean) growing by leaps and bounds before our very eyes as songsmiths of the timeless variety." -M. Ayers, Boil It First Magazine
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"For these three, it's not about scoring the prettiest stage. It's about conjuring up lost songs, keeping them alive. It's about tackling classics, putting a progressive spin on old-time music. Embracing the past, this formerly Punk-ish trio combines forces to rekindle the spirits and sounds of the Depression Era." -C.A. Macconnell, CityBeat Magazine
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The Tillers in THE NATION by Geoffry Dobbins
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The Tillers release "By The Signs" in CITYBEAT MAGAZINE
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The Tillers on DOWN HOME RADIO SHOW NYC 2009
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The Tillers on DOWN HOME RADIO SHOW NYC 2010
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The Tillers on RED BARN RADIO SHOW Lexington 2009
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The Tillers, Liscence to Till, CITYBEAT MAGAZINE
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