“The Reflectacles are my new favorite band,” — Amy Nelson


Gerry – Guitar, Miscellaneous Instruments, Singin’
Logan – Guitar, Miscellaneous Instruments, Singin’
Lincoln – Keyed Things, Mandolin, Singin’
Devin – Bass, Lead Guitar, Singin’
Chris – Lead Guitar, Bass, Singin’
Micah – Drums, Misc. Instruments, Sitar, Singin’

“The Reflectacles are my new favorite band. I was so impressed with their talent, energy, songs, and lack of ego. Their album will be out in a few days.

Also they will be performing at the 4th of July Picnic this year, at The Backyard in Austin.  So will we, and Paula too, and Dad and so on.  : )”

— Amy Nelson
    1/2 Folk Uke

Cathy Guthrie + Amy Nelson = Folk Uke

7 Responses to ““The Reflectacles are my new favorite band,” — Amy Nelson”

  1. Monique says:

    I’m looking so much forward to see you all!!! 🙂

  2. Barbara says:

    I am green again:(

    I also like the Reflectacles. I was listening online and was so suprised. I thought they would be all trippy and…..hmmm can’t find the word in my head but I really liked what I heard.

  3. Barbara says:

    Just look at them all so young and good looking. Wish I was young and good looking again. I will have to email my daughter. Heck, she is probably too old too. OK, I’m going back to bed this is depressing.

  4. JoJo says:

    I am always amazed at the caliber of band mates the Nelson boys get in with. Barbara is right Reflectacles like LN & TPOTR are good looking,too.That must have been a great show with Folk Uke and the Reflectacles.

  5. Shelly Brown says:

    Not only are the reflectacles a great band, they are intelligent, good-looking dudes with flair and panache. I had the privilege of hearing them perform at Charley’s in Maui last weekend and I was blown away

  6. LindaLee says:

    Lucky to be at that show, Shelly. Thanks for your review of the band. I look forward to hearing their new album.

  7. Bass Drums says:

    He named his son phonetically (Jerome is pronounced Jeremy !) and introduced him to the music scene at the age of 5. Bass Drums

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