Have a read of "Kimberley Sun" [a novel by Di Morrissey set in the Kimberley region of Western Australia] - pages 151-156 - for a true account of a performance by Kerrianne Cox in Broome.
The characters have their say about Kerrianne: Cousin Rosie - "Kerrianne Cox has a great voice", Pauline - "Kinda like Tracey Chapman", Sami - "I was thinking more like Aretha Franklin".
Di Morrissey is an international novelist with lots of bestsellers to her credit.
A passionate and forthright musician, Indigenous singer/songwriter Kerrianne Cox is one of the stars of the folk and blues circuit.
ABC Australian TV Online: New Dimensions (Aug 29, 2002)
"I wanted to thank you personally for such a great experience in contracting your services as an artist, Kerrianne. You put your heart into the performance just as you do every performance and the crowd loved it. You put so much of yourself out there when you sing, because you sing from your heart and your spirit."
Event Organiser - Wardarnji Aboriginal Cultural Celebration (Dec 8, 2004)
A dynamic performer, Kerrianne's songs are a blend of rock, soul and blues ...and her voice moves audiences everywhere.
Canberra Sunday Times (Oct 7, 2001)
"The evening's other highlight had to be the Kimberley's Kerrianne Cox who had the daunting task of filling the slot between Rose Bygrave and Chris Wilson. Cox has the energy and presence of Ani Di Franco with an even better voice. After one touching ballad, someone nearby mused that it would be great to hear Cox with Renee Geyer's band! Most of Cox's songs contained powerful messages but they were wrapped in a package that captivated the audience."
DIG RADIO - QUEENSCLIFF FESTIVAL 2003 (Nov 30, 2003)
A rare gem musically, Kerrianne Cox lets her audiences into a very personal side of her life, while singing beautifully and passionately about love, hope and her heritage. She passes on a bit of history while entertaining audiences in a unique and captivating way.
Tracy Bell - The Potomac News (Aug 31, 2003)