|"The new line-up convinced the fans -- for the
first time WILDEVE hit the stage
at the 'Adler' in Meidelstetten last Saturday. The recent line-up
already ensured itself a high position as a live act. Already for the
CD which was released in 1996 the band received praise nationwide, and
Lili's songs improved a lot. The band is working on a new album, and got really secret hits in
[ALBBOTE, Südwestpresse, 18th May 1998]
quite late, after already a few people had left, one could enjoy the
high light of the festival. With their alternative and folk influenced
rock music and keen musicians, the band ensured an enthusiastic crowd.
The musicians got the skill to connect quiet parts with power."
[TICK, Dec '97/Jan '98]
WILDEVE as the concluding high light, a local top act went on stage. No
wonder that the band was allowed to leave the stage only after 1 a.m."
[DER TECKBOTE, 18th Nov 1997]
Plieninger convinced with her voice and her songs."
[REUTLINGER NACHRICHTEN, 29th Sept 1997]
and outside, and luckily without bad weather, this festival happened at
the Giengener Schießberg on Saturday. First band was WILDEVE. The
group of band leader Lili Plieninger makes the effort of high quality
as well as varied chansons. The five musicians show little
consideration for stilistic boundaries."
[HEIDENHEIMER ZEITUNG, 15th July 1997]
Lili could certainly enchant with her voice, which is reminiscent of
Alanis Morissette, a many small clubs. After a closer listening, one
can say that WILDEVE offered a wonderful, folky set."
[HEIDENHEIMER NEUE ZEITUNG, 14th July 1997]
could listen to the Coalminers', WILDEVE solved their duty as support
act with style. Especially vivid sounded the track 'Touch and Go',
performed just with vocals and piano. Apart from many new songs,
WILDEVE presented their debut Touch and Go on that evening."
[TICK June/July 1997]
played a representive part of their CD Touch and Go. The
songwriter rock of WILDEVE, which was influenced by alternative sounds,
was received very well by the audience, partly, because the songs are
characterized by their catchy refrains." [NWZ,
18th June 1997]
an unplugged gig with an acoustic instrumentation. Acoustic guitars,
African percussion, and keyboards already set the direction of the
music from the very beginning: songwriter rock with blues and folk
influences, and melodies which were captivating the listeners." [NWZ, 8th Oct 1996]
Göppingen area, WILDEVE already did several gigs with great
success." [Stadtanzeiger, 1st Oct 1996]
WILDEVE, good melodies and the right 'feeling' are very important." [NWZ, 28th Sept 1996]
first gig ever WILDEVE offered excellent songs [at the 1st
International Art & Cultural Event], especially Lili Plieninger's
extraordinary voice was impressive."
[NWZ, 24th June 1996]"