Burnham-On-Sea Folk Festival, 2011 ...."Rounded up and lashed into action by the very wonderful Rosie Eade, Hedgepig booted bum at the Vic last year and now return ... Great fun".

Tim Carroll, folkwords.com, 2012 "‘No Fairytale’ from Rosie Eade - multiple facets of folk rock (June 27, 2012)". "If the debut album ‘No Fairytale’ from Rosie Eade doesn’t find a place in folk rock fame then something is sadly wrong. There is enough presence and power in this album to raise the dead."

Rock-n-Reel, 2012. "No Fairytale is ROSIE EADE's solo debut and it lives up to its title. Rosie has a strong characterful voice and mixes her own songs with traditional material. She's been around with Cambridgeshire band Hedgepig for a while and her experience tells. She deserves to be better known." REVIEW IMAGE

Green Man Review by Jack Merry July 2006 ...."certainly some of the better Celtic rock groups I've heard. they can play their instruments, sing rather well, and they certainly are FHL [Faster, Harder, Louder]...if you like your music with a not terribly trad attitude, lots of verve, and a bit of percussion done loud, go get [their] recordings now!” Reprinted with permission from The Green Man Review, Copyright (2006), see whole article here: The Green Man Review

Ely Folk Festival 2006 - Review, by John Glover July 2006 ...."Cambridge based Hedgepig were up next, featuring Rosie Eade on vocals. They blasted their way energetically through a set of fast fingered fiddle tunes and Irish ballads. ”

Wheeliebinland by Mike Edie June 2006 ...."[Hedgepig] brandished a selection of Scottish, Irish and English folk tunes with a Folk Rock panash clearly flavoured by Steeleye Span influences but with the lead singer sounding more Grace Slick of Jefferson Airplane than Maddy Prior.”

Cambridge Evening News by Nik Shelton & David Williams May 2006 ...."its obvious they are the finest the genre has to offer in the area - fans of Fairport Convention and Steeleye Span would do well to get themselves a copy [of Third Rock].”