“Arden’s sweet voice —emotional yet flexible — informs these well-crafted tunes with thoughtfulness and wisdom.” -David Malachowski, Daily Freeman

"She has an unassuming and relaxed charm usually associated with the bible belt heartland that young female country singers call home, so she's something of an anomaly here in our neck of the woods... Arden's material constructs a bridge I didn't know existed between country soul and urban power-pop. The urban cowgirl shows off a side of things I didn't see coming out of NYC, but it's good to know Muskogee doesn't have anything on Manhattan." -Mike Levine, The Deli Magazine

"...the petite powerhouse with the long, whispy golden hair for miles, is not only absolutely adorable and charming, the girl can belt one powerful tune." -Julie Wolvek, Afternoon Frosting

"Bri has an absolutely extraordinary voice... She’s got every kind of soul you could ever want. I kept feeling like this was an Aretha Franklin kind of voice, scrunched up into someone 1/4 of Aretha’s size." -Hadar Pedazur, Random Musings

"...Bri Arden showed once more that the best gifts are surely found in small packages." -Musically Enticing

The Deli Magazine

NYC Urban Cowgirl: Bri Arden: by Mike Levine

Her Campus Magazine

Bri Arden, Singer/Songwriter: by Patricia Howard

Afternoon Frosting

Exclusively Bri: by Julie Wolvek

Musically Enticing

A Very Arden Night

Daily Freeman of Hudson Valley

Bri Arden brilliant in emotional, flexible “Hours, Days and Years”: by David Malachowski

Random Musings

Bri Arden Acoustic at Rockwood Music Hall: by Hadar Pedazur