"Salaway's own music nods to the past while still pushing forward. A frequent face at world-class venues like BB King's Blues Club in Nashville, he writes melody-driven, wide-ranging songs, using his inspirations as a jumping off point for something new. He also records most of all those songs completely alone, a nod the one-man show he often performs live." -Andrew Leahey (Rolling Stone Country) 

"Using his music as a vehicle of joy and positivity, he spent his time throughout quarantine dialing into his own creativity and building a body of work to encourage others and help lift spirits." -AMERICAN SONGWRITER Magazine  https://americansongwriter.com/americana-artist-john-salaway-talks-pandemic-pivot-new-album-salvation-and-personal-growth/

"It's his buoyant, enthusiastic melodies and the astute arrangements that serves as their accompaniment which creates the most formidable impression.-This journey down the road of life is as revelatory as the title implies."-Lee Zimmerman for No Depression Roots Music journal https://www.nodepression.com/album-reviews/an-enticing-trip-down-the-road-of-life/

 New Feature on Nashville.comhttps://www.nashville.com/john-salaway-releases-first-single-from-salvation/ 

World premiere of "Weather the Storm" in the UK's LYRIC Magazinehttps://www.lyricmagazine.co.uk/premiere-first-look-listen-to-weather-the-storm-the-terrific-new-song-from-grammy-nominated-musician-john-salaway-a-glorious-mix-of-the-beatles-dylan-and-tom-petty/

"As we begin to emerge from the worst of the pandemic, the current of optimism that flows through Salaway’s songs feels particularly timely." -AMERICANA UK Magazine  https://americana-uk.com/tag/john-salaway 

 On the front page of the Cannon Courier Newspaper-feature article about new album 'Salvation' and the album's guest stars. https://www.cannoncourier.com/john-salaway-to-perform-in-mcminnville-in-october-cms-20890 


Watch John Salaway and Charles Esten's interview and performance on Nashville's Lightning 100.1FM https://youtu.be/JuOnH2chB3k

"Some songs float along with a weightlessness, a gentle tangle and flow that sounds elevated, lightheaded and dreamy. John Salaway‘s ‘It’s All In Your Mind’ is one of those ones. With the sound of CSN deeply embedded in its DNA, the song rides linear and rhythmic, finger-picked acoustic guitar and some evocative strings. The Beatles are buried in there too. The icing on the cake is Salaway’s voice (and Bri Murphy’s) – that gentle, sensitive ache and yearning he invests in his register and tone. Lovely stuff." -Post to Wire Magazine https://posttowire.com/2019/11/13/new-music-john-salaway-its-all-in-your-mind/ 

 Interview with For Folk's Sake Magazinehttps://www.forfolkssake.com/interviews/39163/interview-ffs-5-with-john-salway 

 Great album review in the Pulse magazinehttps://boropulse.com/2020/02/john-salaway-americana-dreams/  


World Premiere in Wide Open Country (over 2 million followers!) https://www.wideopencountry.com/john-salaway-good-for-me-song-premiere 

  "With albums like 2019’s Americana Dreams, he shows the full range of his abilities, mixing a lifelong appreciation for the Beatles’ classic pop melodies with the southern-fried sounds of his adopted hometown. - Vents Magazine "https://ventsmagazine.com/2019/10/21/interview-john-salaway/ 

 "Salaway offers a gritty voice with a twangy, blues and pop underbelly that serves a righteous bridge from Cracker/Camper Van Beethoven to Tyler Childers." -Glide Magazine 


Premiere in PopMatters Magazine! "Keeping in mind classic folk sounds of the '60s and '70s while marching straight into the future, Nashville's John Salaway impresses on "The Beauty That Surrounds Us" from Americana Dreams."-PopMatters 



 Premiere on Americana Highways-"Salaway really shows off his knack at blending groovy rhythms with Americana twang on Americana Dreams.  Years in the production studio have really honed his ear."  



“Googling the term “Beatlesque” someday should turn up the name of Nashville’s John Salaway. For now, you will just have to take my word that John’s new record, “Americana Dreams” is one that is worthy of this adjective denoting an honoring resemblance both to the lavish harmonies and pleasant pop sounds of The Beatles.” -Music City Mike  https://musiccitymike.net/2019/11/14/11-questions-to-a-nashville-musician-john-salaway/

"The musicianship on this album is great, but the songs lyrics on the album are equally as impressive." - Country Music Views


¨Nashville Indie Pop Artist of the Year-2016¨ -Indie Ville TV 


"Take one Nashville songwriter and sprinkle in some Beatles and a pinch of love and happiness and you get The Song In The Air." -Yahoo Entertainment News 


Top Ten on the Alternative Root Magazine!


"John Salaway is my favorite artist!"-Tommy Peters (owner of B.B. King's Blues Clubs & Lafayette's Music Rooms) 


"John Salaway is a good opening act. He's a great musician!" -Denny Laine (Rock n Roll Hall of Fame inductee from Moody Blues/Paul McCartney & Wings) 


"A Little Bit Broken is f#n cool! Almost Beatlesy" -Rami Jaffee (Foo Fighters Keyboardist)

"John Salaway has offered up an anthemic classic with this latest release. Seductive from the offset, A Little Bit Broken leads with a simple shuffle of a beat and bass-line, united beautifully with the comforting rhythm and subtle swagger of Salaway’s vocal. -Stereo Stickman https://stereostickman.com/reviews/john-salaway-a-little-bit-broken/


 Great article and interview from The Daily Times: https://www.thedailytimes.com/entertainment/john-salaway-shares-his-devotion-to-music-both-past-and/article_702abbe2-eef1-5e06-b6a6-36620a387190.html

"Best independent pop/rock album release of 2013" -The Examiner


"A Little Bit Broken is like George Harrison meets Buddy Miller! Dig it!" -Gordon Kennedy (Grammy winning producer and songwriter) 


“Songs like the title track, “Something Beautiful” and “Only Love Can Save Us Now” possess the “Dear Prudence” vibes and provide a breath of fresh air—feathery, uplifting and easy—which was the artist’s intent -Jessica Pace -The Pulse Magazine


Feature article in American Songwriter magazine: http://www.americansongwriter.com/2014/10/daily-discovery-john-salaway-rock-n-roll-survivor/ 

  5 star album review in the examiner

 "Fresh sounding writing, nice singing and 'Bless Your Heart' really hit me in a good way. Love the music!" - Rob Arthur (Keyboardist for Peter Frampton and Rock n Roll Hall of Fame band) 


 "Seriously great melodies and a really killer voice!" -J.R. McNeely (Grammy winning studio engineer)


  "Highly Recommend if you're seeking great music you can play anywhere for all ages to enjoy. Solid production by a gifted artist who played every instrument! Wow! If everyone lived by the majority of the messages this music conveys, the world would be a better place! BUY IT!" -Dave LeGrande (Keyboardist for Sister Hazel)


 "Anyone that knows John Salaway, knows that he has been blessed with an extraordinary gift to create music. His latest album is a reflection of the type of wonderful person and musician that he truly is. I recommend this album to anyone who enjoys good lyrics and rock n roll" -Andy Dozier (Nashville artist)


"Brilliant work! Its so nice to hear an album that has such a positive message with such great grooves! It really made me happy!!" -Dawn Richey (endorsed touring bassist and artist)