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"For Kiefer Sutherland music is personal journal. Actor to play at Sellersville Theater - Kiefer Sutherland is the latest actor to crossover into the world of music. After decades of starring in feature films and TV, (“Stand By Me,” ‘”The Lost Boys,” “Young Guns,” “Flatliners,” “A Few Good Men,” “A Time to Kill” “Dark City,” “Melancholia,” “Forsaken” and the popular TV series “24”) and now in music, Sutherland is proving to be a man of many talents.", www.montgomerynews.com
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" Kiefer Sutherland is well aware that the common response to news that yet another actor is pursuing his musical interests and released an album is an eye roll or a groan. That’s why the star of TV’s “24” has been working hard to promote “Down in a Hole,” due out sometime this summer. “There’s a close link between acting and writing songs in the first person,” said Sutherland, who performs three shows in the area – tonight at the", www.enterprisenews.com
"Advance word has been that Kiefer Sutherland's musical endeavors were country-rock with folk tinges, but Friday night's performance at Brighton Music Hall in Boston would suggest that the actor most famous for TV's '24″ is closer stylistically to Neil Young and Warren Zevon than Merle Haggard. On the dicey actor-as-musician scale, Sutherland falls well on the positive side, along such multi-talented predecessors as Don Johnson and Jeff Bridges, and thankfully far above such enthusiasm-", milford.wickedlocal.com