wad some pow'r the giftie gie us to see oursels as others see us "
What the critics say about Sheena's live act
walked on stage and 1500 people felt they had been personally invited
into her living room...songs as heartfelt and beautiful as most of us
could bear" USA Today
"If she wasn't such a glorious singer she could make a living as a
stand-up comic" The Herald
"When it comes to singing, Sheena wears her heart on her sleeve - at
times tender, hilarious, feisty or bitter - and the audience respond."
fRoots magazine, UK
"A consummate display of unaccompanied song...spellbinding emotional
intensity" The Scotsman
What the album reviewers say
" A voice as high and clear as a mountain stream, warm as a
hearthfire" Canadian River Music, Texas
" A pure and lovely voice" Sing Out, USA
" One of the most melodic voices on the folk scene today" Scots
" Few singers have the sweeping interpretive passion of Sheena
Wellington." Earle Hitchner, Irish Voice,
know why I wrote Strong Women - to hear Sheena Wellington sing it!"
Brian McNeill, Scots singer and composer