Diaz then gave up his seat behind the drums to up-and-coming Detroit musician, Katelynn Corll, for her chance to shine with an amazing performance as she pounded the skins on the band’s biggest hit “Far Behind”.”

John Swider, Splice Magazine

Opening the show, was singer / songwriter Katelynn Corll…she really brought the place to life with her strong and confident voice and accompanied acoustic guitar. Katelynn’s band was in a synchrony of harmony, which all have years of proven musicianship by portraying such accuracy and respect for Fleetwood Mac’s “Gold Dust Woman.”

Dennis Hall, National Rock Review

Katelynn is at home on the 20 Front Street stage and there was nothing but love in the room for her as she started her set. She is a nimble guitarist, yet the power of her music is in the songwriting and performance. For such a young artist, Katelynn is extremely adept in transferring her passion and positive energy through song.”

Chuck Marshall, Life in Michigan

Corll's got an uncommon drive and passion to not just create music, but connect...connect with audience as well as her fellow musicians. And that enthusiasm can be contagious when you hear her songs or see her live.”

Jeff Milo, Deep Cutz

Her new album, "The Soul Foundry Sessions," dedicated to the Flint studio where it was recorded, showcases a rich acoustic guitar sound rippling beneath crystalline vocals. The project has the power to disarm listeners with its heart, empathy and contemplative outlook on life.”

Jeff Milo, Detroit Free Press

If you have seen the Motown influenced rhythm and blues of Wolf and the Crane, then you may know that Katelynn is the powerhouse drummer behind the serious grooves this band dishes out. But, that is just one side of this multi-talented woman as she is also a gifted singer and songwriter.”

Chuck Marshall, Life in Michigan