"Ladders and Edges is all of the instrumental prowess, tight harmonies, and diverse gospel, country, rock, and swamp influences you'd expect, with a serious rock and roll punch up from Colin Linden." ~by Chris Griffy, AXS, July 2017
"Ladders & Edges is marked by layer after layer of rich and lovely instrumentation with acoustic guitar in the forefront." ~Lagniappe Mobile, June 2017
"They enrich our lives with something very personal and intimate with the latest release, Ladders and Edges." ~ The Southland Music Line, June 2017
"Bottom line: One of the best Nashville duos since Johnny and June."
By Nancy Dunham - Special to The Washington Times - Monday, March 23, 2015
"Dirt Road's End is the kind of album that has launched many a regional act onto the interstate highway of national spotlight." ~Examiner, May 2015
"This is one of the liveliest, most engaging Americana CDs you're likely to hear this or any year." ~Vintage Guitar Magazine, Sept 2015
"Indeed, every move these two make, whether as Sugarcane Jane or as a part of the Americana group from Lower Alabama, Willie Sugarcapps, they seemingly can not put a musical foot wrong." ~Exclusive Magazine, March 2015
"The lyrics are simple but smart, the hooks plentiful and pleasing. All in all, a highly likable outing" ~Acoustic Guitar Magazine
"Sugarcane Jane's harmonies are sublime, utilising their obvious vocal abilities to full effect." ~Drunken Werewolf, April 2015
"The Game" showcases why fans in Alabama and the Southeast have grown to appreciate the husband and wife duo. There's an old-time feel to the track but one that still feels fresh today too." ~Roughstock (May 2015)
"It's like they're carriers of an old-soul strain of tent-revival folk, come to show the Americana kids how to really kick up some dust." ~AL.com (April 2015)
"This debut album is a down-home, sassy blend of hillbilly vocals done just right combined with true masterwork playing of guitar, banjo, lap steel, harp, bass, percussion, and expert song construction," ~The Daily Gleaner
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- Origin Magazine (Feb 2015)
"Spreading the word about certain people whose work (I believe) deserves a larger audience is one of my favorite things to do! Today, I'd like to introduce to you Anthony and Savana, Sugarcane Jane!"
- Andy Andrews, What is Our Silence Worth to Miley Cyrus? (Apr 17, 2014)
"Armed with numerous instruments, their audiences experience an exceptional presentation of organic sounds highlighted by homespun harmonies and quality musicianship. "
- Steve Centanni, Lagniappe (Jan 10, 2012)
"The first thing you notice about Sugarcane Jane is probably the amazing harmonies. Or maybe it’s the energy, or the originality. Or the sheer talent. Or maybe, all of the above."
- Jim Hannaford, Mobile Press Register (Jun 30, 2011)
"These two reveal their musical passion and soul through their powerful harmonies. Together, they conjure up spirits from the early days of country music and make them slaves to their musical whims."
- Steve Centanni, Lagniappe, Mobile, AL (Aug 11, 2009)
"Sugarcane Jane has more than 400 originals to choose from as well, which sound as if they've been singing them forever and you could easily hear any of them being played on the radio."
- Brian Kelly, The Pelican (Jul 24, 2009)
"If you are attending the Randy Travis concert at the Mobile Saenger this evening, take note of the opening act, Sugarcane Jane. This is not the night to stand out in the lobby chatting, waiting for the headliner to start."
- Lawrence Specker, Mobile Press Register (May 14, 2009)