The Winston-Salem Journal featured The Unbroken Circle on the front page of its Relish section on January 28, 2016, prior to the band's annual concert in support of the Shalom Project.
Fox 8 WGHP covered the release of The Unbroken Circle's debut album, "Songs from the Hearth," in November of 2015. Fox 8 also featured the band and its music before a benefit concert in February of 2015.
Before joining forces with PvP, The Unbroken Circle was the subject of a story by Tommy Tomlinson in the Fall 2014 issue of Wake Forest Magazine.
Wake Forest Magazine recognized Carter Cook's work with Piano vs. Poverty in the "Portraits of Pro Humanitate" section of its Fall 2013 issue, in print and online.
The Winston-Salem Journal published Lynn Felder's very gracious article on Piano vs. Poverty on the front page of the Metro section in its Christmas Eve 2012 edition.
Piano vs. Poverty was mentioned in the Triad Business Journal's write-up on Carter, who was included in the list of "40 Business Leaders Under Forty" in February of 2012.
Longtime Winston-Salem Journal columnist Kim Underwood wrote a story on the Piano vs. Poverty project for the September 2011 issue of Forsyth Family Magazine.
Piano vs. Poverty was the subject of an article on page 2A of the hometown newspaper of Carter's grandparents, the North Augusta Star, in the August 11-17, 2011, issue. The Star followed up with an announcement of the Belvedere concert in late October.
Piano vs. Poverty's first media coverage appeared in the online edition of Wake Forest Magazine on June 20, 2011.