Still On The Hill

ozarkinfolk duo

In the Press


The creativity and originality of these two blows through the stale air of singer-songwriters like a gale of genius.
— Rick Warren, SING OUT! Magazine
These musicians have grafted the wild climbing vines of bluegrass, folk, classical and mountain music onto the hardiest of Ozark rootstock. The result is a yet-to-be-named hybrid music that simply compels people to stop and listen, to pause in their hectic lives and pay attention to something they’ve never heard before. It’s magic, and there’s simply not enough magic in the world today.
— Julie Koehler, Bluegrass Now Magazine
Still on the Hill’s Cane Hill is not to be passed up. Anyone interested in true honest to goodness folk songs should make a permanent location for this recording in their collection. It should be part of the curriculum for vocal music classes and porch pickers everywhere. If you’re a folk singer, folk music lover, a history buff or maybe you or your ancestors have a connection to one of the small communities in the Ozarks or maybe the Appalachians, this music will pull at your heart strings – Enjoy the journey back in time, courtesy of Still on the Hill.
— Rex Flottman Walnut Valley Association
It takes TWO duos to perform all the music Donna and Kelly hold in their hearts and minds. Still on the Hill puts on a new set of clothes (literally and figuratively) and changes their group name to TOUCAN JAM when they perform an educational/multi-cultural program for elementary students. I you ever get the chance; don’t miss one of their live performances!
— Vicki Ingle, Quarter Notes-Plank Road Folk Music Society
If we ever lose power in Northwest Arkansas, we could tap into the energy of Still on the Hill and have enough left to air condition Texas!!!
— Keith & Ezra, Trout Fishing in America
The moment they started I was blown away...
— Phil Harmonic, San Diego Troubadour
A special and unique delight…a highly energetic performance…never a moment of boredom
— Country Home Magazine, Germany