"Alternating between the sneering confidence of Chrissie Hynde and the mournful soul of Patsy Cline, [Lani Ford] weaves a tale of loneliness, heartbreaks and one-night-stands like the jukebox Country in a desert highway dive. Somehow Lani has mustered the courage to reveal her innermost self, a rare trait within the egotistical realm of Rock'N'Roll. More power to her."
Chuck Foster - Big Takeover Magazine, Spring 2007
"Lani Ford puts a tough chick slant on a voice in the midground between Ann Wilson and Annie Lenox. Spouting brash, often R-rated poetry while pounding out bass lines…Not merely punk, alt, classic or metal, but possessing elements of all of them, this is pure rock with some interesting twists."
Mark Waterbury - Music Morsels
"Ford has a naturally pretty voice – one that can handle a ballad quite easily."
Dan MacIntosh - Indie-Music.com
"Ford is one of the most wickedly talented women in the music world. She is an excellent voice and she tears up on a bass guitar. She’s not a diva, but she’d have every right to be. She’s not a pop star, but she could do it if she so chose to do. She’s just Lani Ford and she’s STARK."
Christy Mannering - Scrink Blog Website (Aug 24, 2010)
"Female fronted punk raunchiness gets right to the point with headfirst rocking, accented onslaughts and occasional jangle. Indie with attitude."-- Best of 2008 KKUP Radio
Don Campau - No Pigeonhole Podcast (Jan 6, 2009)