Soozie Tyrell's solo debut album 'White Lines' was released April 8, 2003 on Treasure Records. Showcasing her talent as a songwriter, singer, pianist, guitarist and violinist, the album places this musician's musician at center stage - a welcome move according to many critics.
"If there's any justice 'White Lines' should help push this veteran backing musician front and center, where she belongs."
- Tom Sinclair, Entertainment Weekly, April 18, 2003
"Tyrell's pleasantly throaty voice makes for some memorable moments."
- Alan Light, Blender, May 2003
Lovely... Tyrell's assured vocals give the
music a singular stamp."
- Steve Wine, Associated Press, April 7, 2003
"The title track proves a fine piece of driving music, and the wistful 'Ste. Genevieve' is rooted in countrified charm."
- Jeff Vrabel, Chicago Sun-Times, March 30, 2003
"Soozie Tyrell has made a career of backing A-list musicians such as Sheryl Crow, Shawn Colvin and, most noticeably, Bruce Springsteen. But with one spin of her debut record 'White Lines' on Treasure Records (itıs clear) she can easily handle center stage all by herself. She uses (violin) to add warmth and texture to rock and folk songs. She's also a singer and a storyteller, with a knack for using memories for something other than nostalgia."
- Kelly Jane Cotter, Asbury Park Press, April 4, 2003
- Spring 2005, Backstreets Magazine
- 4/03/03, Asbury Park Press,'Everything Good,' indeed: Springsteen violinist Soozie Tyrell releases new CD
- 4/28/03, New York Daily News, Spotlight for Soozie, Bruce's 'Rising' star
- 4/20/03, The Star-Ledger, Versatile Soozie Tyrell emerging as soloist after years as backup
- 5/4/03, NY Post, Bruce rocks Stone Pony before he goes Dutch
- Summer 2003 Issue, Sing Out The Folk Song Magazine, A winner
- 6/13/03, The Patriot Ledger, CD REVIEWS: Soozie Tyrell comes into her own
- Jun. 2003 Issue, Sound Waves Magazine, WHITE LINES, Soozie Tyrell, (Treasure Records)
- Jan. 23 2004 Issue 613, Goldmine Magazine