...in their hands and through such defining tunes as "Won't You Get Me a Hound for Christmas" and the plaintive "Zombie Love Song", the pair infuse their Appalachian by way of Kitchener-Waterloo inflected sound with oddball humour and a hovering menace that wouldn't be out of place on a 'Justified' soundtrack. ”

Lenny Stoute, Cashbox Canada

Raisin' Heck

Onion Honey

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Raisin' Heck is Onion Honey's first full-length album with the 4-piece band that came together in summer of 2014. A collection of Onion Honey's favourite original and traditional songs, exploring love, loss, and of course: trains.

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Lead singer Esther Wheaton showed off her refreshing, mountain creek voice, as she accompanied herself on washboard and clawhammer banjo, with Dave Pike holding down the fort on vocals and lead guitar. Their 'morbid' version of Goodnight Irene was a showstopper.”

Robert Reid, Waterloo Region Record