Thanks to Sandra Isabel Knobloch for this review of the Ingolstadt show in the local paper:

Overflowing energy and in-depth emotion form the basis for a Hat Fitz and Cara concert, a congenial duo who guest at Ingolstadt Bluesfest yet it seems like a visit from old friends.
Hat Fitz and Cara Robinson have audible and visible pleasure in their music, and ensure exuberant mood. Hat Fitz is so quaint like his guitar, he sits with a long beard and outback hat casually on the stage and interprets their own new songs.
The two have a really original sound: Cara Robinson presents herself in an (old) fashionable dress on a motley drumkit and really lets rip. Combining simple grooves with her haunting voice makes each number a pleasure. In particular, the pieces of Figures such as Bessie Smith, the “Empress of the Blues”

All the better that Fitz and Robinson with their new disc, “Do Tell” honours the New World and even the audience in the gospel style “Power” could sing along animatedly. Whether quiet ballad, powerful blues stomp or faster Shuffle: Hat Fitz and Cara Robinson inspired their listeners from the first to the last minute!