“So much music these days tries to be either cool or ironic or transgressive or morose that we think a lot of us listen to music expecting some sort of formidable-ness. Ingraffia’s music, by contrast, disarms our expectations, gives us something kinder, more sincere and playful” ~ Image Journal

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“Burke Ingraffia is an anomaly. He’s serious about what he does, but manages to keep it light.” ~Lawrence Specker, Mobile Press-Register

2012 Kerrville New Folk Finalist, Kerrville Folk Festival

“Something of a Renaissance Man” ~Vancouver Sun

“Velvety vocals … multi-genre versatility” ~National Catholic Register

Burke Ingraffia Band
1995. Graffiti Music Club, Pittsburgh, PA. TJ Pillion (bass) and Luc Dauvin (violin) pictured.