REVIEW: Four and half stars in Pennsylvania

It may not be a million, but Pennsylvania’s The Daily News gave four and a half stars to A Million Stars writing, “…Flynn shows off her estimable gifts.”

The full review text:

Inspired by a watercolor painting by her young niece of a cowgirl astride her horse, singer/songwriter Ashleigh Flynn has crafted a near-perfect album in “A Million Stars.” There’s a little something for everyone on the 12-track, 46-minute release as Flynn shows off her estimable gifts. Mainly a country record, there are elements of vintage jazz (“Prohibition Rose”), blues (“See That Light”), bluegrass (“Dirty Hands and Dirty Feet”) and much more. Additional keepers include “The Devil Called Your Name,” the title track, “Runnin’,”Rainy Days” and “A Little Low.” And that painting? It serves as cover art. This one is an absolute delight. — Jeffrey Sisk, Daily News