AfterEllen | Read Full Article
“This incredible cover adds a sense of longing and fragility to the words coming out of AG's mouth — almost to the point of heartbreak.”
AThousandGuitars.com | Read Full Article
“… the beautiful juxtaposition of doing something as brave as taking on the Beatles, is the subtle beauty of the AG does it. ‘She Loves You’ rings out like a soft lament, instead of a boisterous chorus, and ‘There’s A Place’ sweeps through your mind before dancing to a dainty finish.”
The Batavian | Read Full Article
"[AG’s] voice is smoky and rich, and she commands it without effort."
Hollywood Today | Read Full Article
“Whether through music, paintings or a new video, AG is a woman on the rise, beware of looking directly because you might just be blinded.”
Direct Current Music | Read Full Article
What would you do if you were a performing songwriter and found that your publishing company owned the rights to the only six Beatles songs not controlled by SONY? And what if you wanted to do something special to mark the 50th anniversary of when Ringo joined John, Paul and George to officially create the Fab Four lineup? Well if you were L.A.-based tunesmith AG (aka Adrianne Gonzalez) you'd record an EP of covers, name it The Beatles and plan to release it on John Lennon's birthday, October 9. Best known as one of the four songwriting members of The Rescues, AG brings a unique take on songs like "She Loves You", "I Wanna Be Your Man" and "Misery" not only as a woman but as an out lesbian. But beyond giving the lyrics a new gender-bending twist, AG takes some bold interpretive steps with the admittedly dicey task of tackling the holy Beatles canon of songs. Take a listen to her version of "I Saw Her Standing There", a song that originally hit the unsuspecting American airwaves in 1963 and watch her perform "I Wanna Be Your Man" in the video below. Can you say "yeah yeah yeah"?”
Artist Direct (‘I Wanna Be Your Man’ video review) | Read Full Article
“AG of The Rescues offers up her fearless, black and white, and tattooed cover of The Beatles' "I Wanna Be Your Man." It's actually pretty good, since you know, John Lennon and Paul McCartney were the best songwriting tandem in, like, forever.”
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