Ayleen O'Hanlon
She picks up a banjo and sings with a voice at once assured and unaffected - a genuine voice ... Confidently exploring that warm overlap of folk and country.
— Rhythms Magazine
She is as comfortable playing to a new audience in a far flung town as she is to the people she started with at her local in Melbourne. Her gigs get better and better as her voice increasingly finds new ways to soar and I figure her best song is her next one. Ayleen O’Hanlon has bought something great to our band.
— Mick Thomas, singer, songwriter, author, raconteur.