“…downbeat set, lean and lonesome yet never morose.” –Uncut 


“Like the music of Nick Drake, these subtle songs creep up on you after repeated listenings. Their supple strains, low key choruses and overall atmospheric vibe gradually become intriguing and often hypnotic.” -- American Songwriter


“…with Fires for the Cold, Tolchin’s transition into a tender-hearted folkie is almost complete.” -- Folk Alley


“…the warm softness that is Fires for the Cold.” --Folk Alley


“…an artist with substantial creative range.” -- No Depression


“Tolchin has delivered a uniquely sounding, deeply memorable recording.” – Elmore Magazine


"It screams of being written and played around a kitchen table in the dead of night as whiskey and wine bottles fall" --MOJO


"Often described as old beyond his years, on Fires for the Cold Tolchin has truly grown up." --MOJO


"Folk music with famous support that is a balm for the soul." --Rolling Stone Germany


“…Tolchin’s reflections remind us to stoke our inner fires against the cold.” -- Americana Highways


“Jonah Tolchin has that spark. The growl in his voice has an ability to shake your core. The words cut deep as he patters on with the lyrics of his songs. There is heart in his songs that can’t be faked.” --Americana Highways


“Tolchin really does nail the emotional power of the original tune, reminding us that he is as much a songwriter of today as he is someone who can interpret the past.” -- Glide Magazine (Roll’ Um Easy premiere)


“…the singer-songwriter and bluesman joins forces with an impressive collective of well-regarded names in the modern roots landscape to produce what may be his most ambitious LP to date.” --PopMatters (Honeysuckle premiere)