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The GoldeBriars' Story: "Whatever Happened to Jezebel?"

Newsclip - December 2004 issue of Japan's Record Collectors Magazine

Aloha PopRock - Spain - Biography & Interview (with Dotti) & GB eBook Review   (Espa´┐Żol)

Newsclip - Japan - In November Archives dated 11/18/04 

All Music Guide (AMG) website - Review by Richie Unterberger - 2/27/05 Review by Mike Dugo -, News & Nuggets (scroll down to date) - 03/04/05 Review by Takahide Uchi for in Japan

Lost in the Grooves - 3/25/05 Review by Kim Cooper of Scram Magazine (Los Angeles) - Review appeared in Scram #21 released summer of 2005.  You'll want to check out Scram's homepage for all their gems:

Big Takeover Magazine - New York, NY - Review by James Mann - Published in #56 Spring 2005 Issue.  To check out Takeover Magazine's awesome website, surf to:

Ear Candy Magazine - April 2005 Issue - Review by Ronnie ...The eclectic, internet-only music magazine!

FOLKWAX Ezine   

"Folkwax Spotlight on the GoldeBriars" (2 Parts)
Written by Arthur Wood
    Part 1:  November 1, 2006
    Part 2:  November 8, 2006

Ugly Things Magazine - June 2007 - Issue #25  (Click on "Current Issue" to purchase)

"Dotti Holmberg of the GoldeBriars Talks About the Music Machine Connection" by Mike Stax

"The GoldeBriars:  Strange & Kooky Folk" by Mike Stax

Interview by Sean Dwyer of "The Great Vinyl Meltdown"
"A Rare Peak Inside Sunshine Pop" May 6, 2009

Radio Interview of Dotti Holmberg by Nick Black of Purple Haze radio show Melbourne, Australia on May 26, 2010 & link to Podcast

Description of interview on Purple Haze website:  "Dotti Holmberg, member of the Goldebriars (featuring cult legend Curt Boettcher) talks to Nick Black on the Purple Haze Podcast Archive. Dotti speaks frankly about sex, drugs, the 60s & the cult legend that is Curt Boettcher, described by Gary Usher (Brian Wilson collaborator) as a bigger genius than Beach Boy Brian Wilson!"