She delves beneath the surface-- sometimes far beneath-- trying to find... something. What she creates during that search is haunting and eerily beautiful.”

— Frank Gultch Jr., NO DEPRESSION

"Certain albums seem to come at the exact point when we are in need of them. So it is with Beth Whitney’s new release, The Wild Unrest." Michael DohertyMusic Log

Beth Whitney’s voice reminds me of Sara Watkins. Besides that, she’s just wonderful. From the banjo to the standup bass and the overall composition, this is just a hit. It’s a hit in the Americana folk way that fills me full of all the good feels.”

Ear to the Ground

...very personal songs with wide open arms.”

Anti-Heroin Chic

While there's no shortage of similar artists out there, the sweeping and dark elegance of The Wild Unrest is among the best of the genre and Whitney's imagery is nothing short of breathtaking.”

The Daily Vault

" Whitney and bassist Aaron Fishburn have created a musical bond that transcends instrumental and vocal collaboration. Beth Whitney demonstrates why it is so important to be here now. And her debut couldn't be more timely: the world needs a reminder to just slow down - bring our voice and our vision of love and light wherever we tread. And remember to leave our shoes. --"" - Barbie-Danielle DeCarlo, World and Pop Music Director, KBCS 91.3 FM

"The best artists are able to make you feel what they’re feeling, without the guilt-trips or second-guessing. In The Wild Unrest, Beth Whitney pulls the listener inside that cabin with her, to experience what she experiences as the vessel, the flickering form, the inspired messenger." Carol Banks Weber, Festival Peak 

"This seven song masterpiece should be a part of everyone’s music collection." Northwest Music Scene, (The Banner Days)


"Deliberate and pure, her voice is pleasantly lyrical with a bit of the gruff street-smart lilting through her breathy splendor."  R.O'Donnell, Static Multimedia

"'My Beloved’, a gentle but haunting, largely acoustic love song could easily have been plucked straight from a Civil Wars album, or even Robert Plant’s work with Alison Krauss...this is just the beginning."   For The Country Record, (The Banner Days)

"Beth is one iTunes commercial away from being a household name, but for now, she remains a secret musical jewel of Snohomish, WA. There is a simple honesty in Beth’s lyrics that makes one yearn to be sitting on the porch of a cabin in the woods, sipping coffee and living a life far away from the stresses of the big city. " Keith Stancil, Music Gardener, September Pick of the Month