"Rebecca Rego and The Trainmen are a force to be reckoned with. Lay These Weapons Down demonstrates impressive range, convincingly spanning several genres. All the while, the album remains cohesive and congruent. An excellent album, it's all there, composed and performed expertly." 
   
-Smile Politely 

"Rego has molded the rugged tones of Heartless Bastards with the harmonies of Neko Case & Grace Potter..........The trajectory of songs summons a fruitful creative growth for Rego, making Speaking of Witches easily one of 2019’s top new listens." 

Glide Magazine 2019



“Could I Have Loved You Better” is a song, which would do Nina Simone proud.......Musically, Rebecca Rego and the Trainmen expand on their indie folk foundation" 
                 - Innocent Words 2016

"[Tolono] is charmingly sincere and offers a genuine reflection of life's well-travelled roads."
       -C'Ville Weekly  (Charlottesville, Virginia)

"[Tolono is] an amazing album...and will sell you from the start."
        -Midwest Action 
 

"[Tolono] is an album worth celebrating, from Rego's smart, attentive songwriting to her earthy and appealing Edie Brickell-like voice, to the rustic warmth of the band that chugs along behind her"
           -Piet Levy Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
 

"[Tolono] is personal, sincere, charming and genuine."
            - CincyMusic.com 
 

"I love [Tolono]!"
             - Gene Shay ( WXPN Philadelphia) 
 

"Rego gets intensely personal, inviting the listener into states of uncertainty and wonder...[Her] songs are genuinely passionate products of the songwriter's heart and mind." 
             -Gapers Block