Media about Magda
Blues from Poland? Possibly the last place you’d expect to hear blues coming from. Magda Piskorczyk has a great bluesy voice, and you’d never guess that she was from Eastern Europe – although you might guess at Mississippi or Tennessee.
Terry Clear, Blues Bytes
Excellent music, beautiful voice, musicians in top form, our audience love it absolutely.
Serge WARIN about CD „Magda Live”, Radio Canal Bleu, France
I can hardly wait to see this lady live on stage!
Bobtje’s Blues Pages, Holland
Magda is an excellent, deep-voiced singer – her voice is somewhere between Koko Taylor, Charley Patton, Sister Rosetta Tharpe and Tommy Johnson) – capable of tackling well-known blues, jazz and gospel numbers alongside more contemporary songs from the pens of Jacques Brel, Paul Rodgers (‘Muddy Water Blues’ is a wonderful performance) and Tracy Chapman, and her style is distinctive, individual and unusual. So too are her arrangements, which certainly avoid the obvious and although they are acoustic-based, can be extremely powerful…
Norman Darwen about CD “Magda Live”, Blues Art-Journal
Musicians about Magda
She’s a great future for the music. She’s a great, great musician with very good groove and sense of music.
Bob Brozman after the concert with Magda at Dobrofest Trnava
That young and from Eastern Europe! Excellent! She is better than some Americans!”
Rev. Rabia from Berkeley, USA, American blues singer