Mariosa Delta is a great record, part document, part tragedy, all heartbreak, the album examines pain and suffering in relationships, especially the self-inflicted kind.”

J.M. McSpadden III, No Depression (Oct 11, 2017)

Reminiscent of the rambling of folk and country legends like Dylan and Cash”

Jonathan Frahm, PopMatters (Aug 28, 2017)

The album combines blues, jazz, and country into toe-tapping yet introspective songs...a sound that recalls vintage Band or Randy Newman”

Nick Spacek, The Pitch (Sep 25, 2017)

...regretful farewells and emotional vulnerabilities, with each gut-wrenching verse punctuated by barroom piano riffs. At its core sits a songwriter, strumming his acoustic guitar while spilling his heart for all who might listen”

Bobby Moore, Wide Open Country (Sep 25, 2017)

His down home style of music draws on Dixieland jazz, bluegrass, country and old timey Appalachian sounds. There is something comforting to Wickham’s approach to music, which perhaps comes from the honesty and simplicity of the sounds and lyrics he creates.”

Glide Magazine (Jul 17, 2017)

" of the most important releases of the year. What a beautiful record."”

RootsTime (Belgium)

an honest record created with a colorful collection of musicians who show their best side.”

Johnny's Garden (Netherlands)

Lust For Life Magazine (Netherlands)

Lust For Life Magazine (Netherlands)

Lust For Life Magazine (Netherlands)

"...descriptions of the lonely moments on the road after broken relationships, incorporated into beautiful songs beautifully accented with electric guitar work by D. Clinton Thompson." ”

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