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Location: Washington, D.C.
Saturday, 14 Aug 2004 08:17am EDT
Distance and time add perspective, and what I hear in Kent Koller's sophisticated compositions now seems to be light years ahead of the soul-searching young lad from Michigan I once had the pleasure of accompanying during a nervous piano recital. With what appears to be a personal compass of integrity guiding him, Kent has matured into a thoughtful lyricist and subtle technician, who strives to marry his flourishing technique with a sense of dynamic to create these delectable morsels, these visceral vignettes, seemingly written for each private listener.
Doug Bowenmale
Sunday, 08 Aug 2004 01:39am EDT
Kent has to be one of the only local musicians I have heard that I really believe has the talent and drive to be huge on a national level.

Keep it up with the same intensity and you'll go far.
Beth Stalkerfemale
Saturday, 24 Jul 2004 07:59am EDT
Kent is awesome! I remember the first time I heard him play. I was at this "open mic" and Kent made his way to the front. I didn't know what what to expect. When he started to play I was completely taken back by his complicated guitar riffs, beautiful melodies and amazing range! He writes, sings, and plays with a sophistication far beyond his years. If you haven't seen him live, I highly suggest you do!!
Location: Next doo Nigga.
Saturday, 17 Jul 2004 05:33pm EDT
Not too many people can say they worked hard and it paid off. Don't take advantage of your new talent, use it as a tool to perform and to inspire the people around you...

Good Work and Good luck