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SPRING TOUR!

"Whistle The Dirges is the most satisfyingly complete album we've heard in a long, long time. It's discoveries like this that restores our faith in songwriting as an unpretentious art. 2011 just got very interesting indeed."
-The Waiting Room

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General Oglethorpe & the Panhandlers Recent Press

"It's not like anything out there and certainly brings something else to music."
- Oh So Fresh!

"Whistle The Dirges is the most satisfyingly complete album we've heard in a long, long time. It's discoveries like this that restores our faith in songwriting as an unpretentious art. 2011 just got very interesting indeed."
-The Waiting Room


"General O's music is equal parts whimsy, reflective poetry and finger-snapping fun."
-Bill DeYoung
Savannah Connect

"General O’s upbeat sound is a mix of genres — mainly rock and folk, but there’s no easy comparison for me to draw. Anna Chandler’s backing vocals add resonance to Smith’s occasionally lilting voice. Jak Horner’s bass and Duncan Iaria’s drums sometimes come forward suddenly, only to retreat with abrupt changes in mood and tempo."
-Bill Dawers
From Savannah

"As you listen through Whistle the Dirges EP (sic), you can not help but notice the raw emotion the singers portray. Most of these songs sound like traditional Gaelic tunes being sung by pirates on the sea!"
-Beau Bailey
The Blue Indian