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"The Rightly So recently dropped their self-titled debut album. Hailing from Buffalo, New York, the duo of Gregory Zeis and Jess Chizuk write and sing folk and Americana music with elements from gospel, SoCal soft rock and even pop tossed into the mixture. Their sound is charming and features lyrical originality that’s unusual for Americana-flavored music."
- Randy Radic, The Huffington Post
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"There’s music and then there’s music; sounds that make your day better, soundtracks that turn to life changing records and the artists that make those soundtracks, are the epitome of vulnerable beauty.  The Rightly So, are the definitive of that greatness; and their latest self-titled release proves it instantly."
- Emily Hinde, No Depression
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"Whether it’s the absolutely remarkable vocal capabilities of Jess Chizuk and Greg Zeis of New York duo, The Rightly So, that reel you in or their award-winning songwriting excellence, there is a harmony between the two that is electric and deeply in tune."
- Jessica Golich, Tattoo.com
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"I’m not much for mentioning awards because I prefer to look at the music and not be swayed by the trophies, but these two deserve the myriad accolades they received, separately and together. On their own, Chizuk and Zeis have accomplished a lot. As a duo, they are unstoppable."
- Steven Chow, Scallywag Magazine
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"With their powers combined, Jess and Greg create sweet sounding, soul lifting, enjoyment inducing songs that will grab the attention of anyone who loves singer/songwriters, folk or Americana music…or all of the above."
- Joshua Smotherman, Middle Tennessee Music 
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"We are willing to bet that these two are going to be standing tall along the likes of the Milk Carton Kids and Secret Sisters more than their efforts would ever be considered bunk. The Rightly So sound like successes with their strummy and sweet instrumental delivery melded together by the utter beacon that is their tantalizing harmonies."
- Johnatham Frahm, For Folks Sake
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