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Showing posts with label Terry Quiett Band. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Terry Quiett Band. Show all posts

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Lucky Bag Records artist: Terry Quiett Band - Taking Sides - New Release Review

I just received the newest release (March 25, 2014), Taking Sides, from the Terry Quiett Band and it's a blast! Opening with Come The Morning, a rockin' blues stomper featuring Missippi Hal Reed on harp, the band gets the blood flowing and Quiett wastes no time whipping out the resophonic for some cool sliding. Boogie track Nothing At All has a lot of bottom from Rodney Baker (drums) and Nathan Johnson (bass). This track is a hot ride and one of the rockinest tracks on the release. Cut The Rope has some of that southern blues rock swagger with smokin guitar riffs and hammering drums. What's not to like! Wheelhouse Blues has a standard 12 bar format allowing the band to get into full blues swing. Quiett has a slide signature all his own which in my listening is a compliment in itself. His vocal work on this track, well complimented by the smoothness of his sliding is very appealing. Voodoo Queen opens with an intro by Johnson and electric piano work by Scott Williams. A rocker with real deep blues roots make this track one that will definitely hit the play list. Unpredictable slide playing along with tight drum work from Baker really works well on this track. Weak-Minded Man has a bit of a Robert Johnson/Cream feel and continued spontaneous slide playing coupled with cool harp work definitely makes this a band to watch. A Fool Should Know a quiet ballad, is very melodic and one of the sweetest tracks on the release. Quiett definitely doesn't let the opportunity get by to play some very expressive guitar riffs on this, one of the best tracks on the release. Two Hearts has a real nice bottom (a la Fool For Your Stockings) thanks to Johnson. The paired vocals on this track are very effective, as is the nicely articulated guitar work by Quiett. He really steps up on this track and rips a hole in it! Gimme Some has a definite pop sound with horn work from Brad Turgeon (trumpet) and Jordan Northerns (trombone) with occasional sounds of "Chicago" and smooth backing vocals. I Come Running has a R&B feel and Quiett's vocals actually seem to mellow as the songs become more sweet. This part of the release, aptly entitled "Side B", definitely has a easier more melodic sound. Stinging guitar work is one thing that hasn't changed and it may actually be more effecting on these tracks due to the contrast to the more "mellow" tracks. Get Back On is largely formatted as a jazzy blues rocker is a really cool track with horns and keys. Quiett using wah on his guitar and keeping it simple is particularly effective. You Can't Come Back has a definite pop rock sound ... a bit like a ruffed up ELO. Quiett never lets the mood settle under his feet, keeping his fluid screaming guitar solo's at the end of his finger tips ready for release at will. Explosive! Last up is Marvin Gaye's Let's Get It On. A slower, slightly more somber edition of the original filled with organ by Williams and tight little guitar riffs highlight Quiett's vocals nicely on this track. Horn backing keeps the R&B feel and Quiett ventures off with a very appropriate guitar solo to cap off the track. Very cool!

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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Terry Quiett Band: A Night at the Orpheum now available

The explosive new live album "A Night at the Orpheum" from rising talent the Terry Quiett Band is now available!

Once again the TQB teamed up with Grammy-winning producer Jim Gaines (Stevie Ray Vaughan, Carlos Santana, Steve Miller Band, George Thorogood, Luther Allison, Albert Collins) to capture the no-holds-barred energy and excitement of their live show in 15 tracks, which features 5 new, unreleased originals and 3 crowd-favorite covers!

Everybody’s talking…

"The ultimate test for an electric guitarist is cutting it in a trio context and the 'Kansas Tornado' Terry Quiett leaves absolutely no doubt as to his bonafides. Following two acclaimed studio CDs, he, bassist Aaron Underwood and drummer Rodney Baker have created a lasting "record" of what they do best - rock an audience until they shake, rattle and roll.

No amount of technique can ever make up for a lack of passion or commitment to the music. Terry Quiett has an extraordinary amount of each to generously share with his many loyal fans. It is a rare harmonic convergence not to be missed." ~ Dave Rubin, 2005 KBA winner in Journalism

"Proof a live band needs to kick it out in a live setting. The rising blues power trio brings the energy and soul to the stage and the crowd responds enthusiastically in anything but a polite way. Hot and heavy, playing like they mean it, this is sure to make any geezer want to relive their college days the next time they turn off the car radio to avoid one more flavor of the month that’s already melting. Hot stuff." ~ Chris Spector, for Midwest Record

"Wow, these guys are hot...a strong singer and wrings the neck of the guitar till it cry's out for Mama. He doesn't sound like he's trying to copy's a special quality some people are just born with. There have only been a few concerts in town in the past year that I have missed that I should have seen and this is one of them." ~ Bman's Blues Report
Since 2006 the Terry Quiett Band has logged 200,000+ miles and played over four-hundred shows across America's Heartland. From 6th Street in Austin to Beale Street in Memphis, they've mesmerized audiences with their original and contemporary blues-soaked sound. They've also paid their share of dues (and tolls) traveling the Rocky Mountains of Denver, the blue grass of Kentucky, and every state in between, winning fans and expanding their core grassroots audience with each performance.

Their self-produced 2008 CD titled "Cut the Rope" sold out and helped spread TQB's inventive blues-rock to over 300 hundred radio stations worldwide (including tracks spun on syndicated blues shows such as: Bluesville XM, Blues Deluxe and House of Blues Blues-mobile, and being ranked on the Top 20 radio chart in Maine for three consecutive months).

But it was their 2011 album "Just My Luck" recorded with world renowned, Grammy-winning producer Jim Gaines (Stevie Ray Vaughan, Carlos Santana, Steve Miller Band, George Thorogood, Luther Allison, Albert Collins) that really raised the stakes and their profile to another level. It received glowing reviews across the globe and was in the Top 100 most played albums of 2011 on the Root Music Report Blues Chart.

In early 2012 they reunited with producer Jim Gaines to record a live album in the historic Orpheum Theatre in Wichita, KS. "A Night at the Orpheum" was just released and has already received extremely positive response from radio across the country (including being added to syndicated programs Blues Deluxe and At The Crossroads and debuting at #34 on the Roots Music Report Blues Chart).

Along the way the Terry Quiett Band has shared the stage with international guitar legends including B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Jonny Lang, Robert Cray, Los Lonely Boys, 38 Special, the Doobie Brothers, Johnny Winter, Edgar Winter, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Walter Trout, Robin Trower, Tab Benoit, Eric Sardinas, Albert Cummings, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Bernard Allison, Bugs Henderson, Gary Hoey, and Anthony Gomes as well as numerous talented regional artists.
Booking Contact
Voodoo Music Entertainment
Phone: 316.201.5846
Voodoo Music Entertainment Website

A Night at the Orpheum is available from these online retailers:

TQB on iTunes TQB on Amazon TQB on CDBaby

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Terry Quiett Band - A Night At The Orpheum - New Release Review

I remember a while back on one of my late night new blues band searches and coming across this cool band - Terry Quiett and thinking, wow... these guys are hot. I just received a copy of A Night At The Orpheum, a new release from the Terry Quiett Band. The release opens with Getting Through To Me, an Otis Rush like track. This is a great opening track and Quiett on vocals and guitar set a high bar for the rest of the show. He's a strong singer and wrings the neck of the guitar till it cry's out for Mama. Judgement Day is up next with Quiett demonstrating his ability on slide. Now I don't know what kind of axe he pulls out for this (typically a strat player) but it has a resonator fat sound and has a swampy sound. Quiett has an interesting vocal style that is very natural along the lines of Warren Haynes or Ronnie Van Zandt. He doesn't sound like he's trying to copy's a special quality some people are just born with. next the band kicks out Big Man Boogie and the joint is hopping. The band continues to cut their own path playing original tunes and sounding terrific. Quiett gets some pretty nice sound out of his strat on this track. Wheelhouse gets down in the funk. Quiett plays a really cool intro riff to get the track started. When a band plays a track like this it highlights the rhythm section and they are tight. Rodney Baker kicks the drums and Aaron Underwood holds up the bottom on bass. Again Quiett demonstrated that he's not just a guitar player but has a great voice for a band like this. Caroline, a really nice ballad based strongly on the blues give Quiett a wide open space to lay down some great blues riffs. Long Saturday Night is a real slow track that fuses R&B with country and Blues. This is the perfect opportunity for Quiett to grab the audience with solid singing and flat lay the guitar out and he does. Very nice. The Horizon again finds Quiett on what sounds like a resonator playing some pretty stripped down blues. Bruce Springsteen's Cover Me gets a funky pop treatment. Never been a "Boss" fan (don't throw rocks) but Quiett does a nice job on this track and continues to demonstrate his able capabilities on guitar as well as vocals. On Gimme Some Quiett takes a faster tempo with a more airplay rock style song. Hear My Train Comin' is a great track of course written by J Hendrix but with an updated sound and loads of slide guitar. Very nice mastery of the dynamic range. Just Friends, another R&B style track should garner strong airplay following with the hook, vocals and nice guitar riffs. Short Dress has a great bounce to it, talking deep funk bass and drum track and Quiett taking lead with strong slide work and continued great vocals.

There have only been a few concerts in town in the past year that I have missed that I should have seen and this is one of them. Terry Quiet Band puts on a good show that this recording amply demonstrates that.
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Wednesday, July 11, 2012

2012 dates are set! July 27 & 28, 2012 - 15th annual Prairie Dog Blues Fest

If you're thinking about a motel, you need to book now and tell them that you are coming in for the blues fest, just in case we are blocking a room that they are not telling you about. You can even camp right at the fest grounds! Complete area lodging and camping information is available on our website. We hope to see you at the Fest!

You can order tickets online or over the phone toll-free at 1-888-567-1567 . The handling and processing cost is lower through our online shopping cart vs. by telephone. Tickets in advance are $25 for one day and $40 for both days. Advance pricing is good through July 14, 2012.
Venue and Directions:
The Festival is held on historic St. Feriole Island, right on the Mississippi River. Click here for detailed information on how to get to the Prairie Dog Blues Festival via automobile.
For additional information about accomodations or about the city of Prairie du Chien call 1-800-732-1673 or visit
Friday, July 27th, 2012
Gerome Durham & The All-Star Band
Gerome has paid his dues working Delta cotton, Carolina tobacco and factory work in Jackson and Milwaukee. In 1965, Gerome moved to Milwaukee. He later met Johnny Rawls who took him under his wing and launched his music career.
This ain’t no rock ‘n roll, blues-rock, or any such stuff. He’s all about “the blues”, the “whole blues” and nothin’ but “the blues”. If you like Delta-gone-north, urban-based, electric, soulful, charismatic vocal “real” blues, the you’re gonna love Gerome Durham.
Trampled Under Foot
Siblings Danielle, Kris and Nick Schnebelen grew up with the Blues. Their parents, Bob and Lisa, were active in the thriving Kansas City Blues scene, playing in local bands and competing in the Kansas City Blues Challenge. Bob and Lisa’s band didn’t make it to the International Blues Challenge in Memphis — but their kids did. When TUF arrived in Memphis for the 2008 IBC they were followed by huge, wildly enthusiastic throngs of hometown supporters, eager to cheer for their favorite musical family. And when TUF took First Place in the competition and Nick won the Albert King guitarist award, it was a sweet victory for the Schnebelen family and for Kansas City itself. TUF has been on a roll ever since, becoming one of the most sought after blues bands at clubs, festivals and cruises around the world. Trampled Under Foot’s brand new CD, Wrong Side of the Blues was produced by Tony Braunagel, and features guest appearances by Mike Finnigan and Kim Wilson.
Mato Naji, the guitarist, singer, and songwriter of Indigenous. formed the band with his two brothers and sister back in the late ‘90s. They released their much-talked about debut, Things We Do, in 1998. While the band’s growing electric blues was totally legit and truly exciting, the little family band from the Nakota Tribe of South Dakota never expected the incredible, widespread reception they got from the blues and rock communities. “It was really surprising,” says Mato, of the siblings’ success. “We never anticipated the band going national so soon.” But so it did, and over the course of five years, Indigenous rode a wave of promise and acceptance they never dreamed of.
Then, after two more studio albums and a live set, Indigenous unexpectedly broke up. Today, Mato, along with his brother Pte are forging a new path for Indigenous. The new Indigenous album, Chasing the Sun, finds Mato expressing himself as never before.
Although known for his fiery guitar play, Mato has spent the last few years focusing on his vocals which have elevated this album on all fronts. When not performing with Indigenous, Mato is out touring with the Jimmy Hendrix Experience.
Rick Estrin & The Nightcats
For more than 30 years and nine albums, Rick Estrin fronted the jumping, swinging Little Charlie & The Nightcats, featuring guitarist Little Charlie Baty. With Baty’s recent retirement from touring, Estrin – along with the Nightcats’ longtime rhythm section of J. Hansen and Lorenzo Farrell and a new member, fiery guitarist Kid Andersen – takes the lead on his own.
Rick Estrin ranks among the very best harp players, singers and songwriters in the blues world today. His work on the reeds is deep in the tradition of harmonica masters Sonny Boy Williamson II and Little Walter Jacobs, while at the same time pushing that tradition forward.
Estrin won the 1993 Blues Music Award for his composition “My Next Ex-Wife” and has written songs for a growing legion of famous fans. Three of his songs found their way onto Grammy-nominated albums.
Besides Estrin’s songwriting and musical skills, he is among the most entertaining and colorful showmen around. His quick wit and his signature look – coifed hair, pencil-thin mustache and sharp attire – add even more color to his performances. “People don’t go out to see people who look like themselves,” says Rick. “They want to see something special. I was schooled in this business to be a showman, and that’s what you get when you come to see me perform.”
Matthew Curry & The Fury
Under the Tent
Matthew Curry & The Fury deliver energized blues along with great show. Matthew, at 16 and already a veteran performer, is astonishing audiences with his lead guitar playing, original songs, and soulful voice. Matthew Curry is backed by The Fury, pro players including Greg Neville, (drums) and Jeff Paxton (bass). Horns and back-up singers add to their solid sound. Their debut CD, “If I Don’t Got You”, was released to rave reviews in October, 2011. Quickly receiving wide acclaim, Matthew Curry & The Fury were recently featured as an Emerging Artist on the House of Blues Radio Hour.
Saturday, July 28th, 2012
Alex Wilson Band
Alex picked up the guitar at five years old and never put it down and is running with one of the toughest bands on the scene today. A versatile musician, Alex effortlessly switches between genres. He plays everything from sweet Beale Street blues to West coast swing. From hard Texas grinders to stone cold Chicago grooves with a feeling that's said to be timeless. Alex's style and tasty originals matched with his undeniable stage presence and unmistakable guitar style will drive you to the dance floor. To say that Alex Wilson is one to look out for down the road is an understatement. Taking the Midwest by storm, this young musician is a force to be reckoned with.
Harper & Midwest Kind
English born, but raised in Perth, Australia, Harper is a fiery singer-songwriter who blurs the lines between blues, soul, rock and world music. By combining traditional and modern influences and borrowing from Western and Aboriginal music, Harper has created a highly original, take-on-the-roots genre which many have labeled “World Blues”. His innovative use of electronic enhancement and feedback, breaks the traditional boundaries of the harmonica, giving his music its distinctive harmonies and effects. The powerful guitar sounds and the unique drone of the didgeridoo create raw yet eerie sonic textures, somehow sounding primal and contemporary at the same time.
With a home at a U.S. label and a growing appreciation for his music from American audiences, Harper made the permanent move to the U.S. His animated shows have been well received at blues world music and jazz band festivals around the world. He has toured with Canned Heat, Steppenwolf, George Thorogood and has been invited several times on stage to play harmonica with Journey. Harpers’ latest release hit number 10 on the Billboard Charts and the U.S. Roots Music Charts. “Stand Together” also reached #2 on the XM/Sirius Bluesville Charts.
Tweed Funk
Formed in late 2010, Tweed Funk has quickly gained recognition nationally with the release of their debut CD, “Bringin’ It”, which spent 18 weeks on the RMR Blues Internet Charts. The band brings an edge to the music of their forefathers by wrapping together blues, funk, and soul in show-band style. The band also represented Wisconsin’s Grafton Blues Association in the 2012 International Blues Challenge.
Shemekia Copeland
At a young age, Shemekia Copeland is already a force to be reckoned with in the blues. Born in Harlem, New York in 1979 and still in her 20s, she's opened for the Rolling Stones, headlined at the Chicago Blues Festival and numerous festivals around the world, scored critics’ choice awards on both sides of the Atlantic (The New York Times and The Times of London) and shared the stage with such luminaries as Buddy Guy, B.B. King, Taj Mahal and John Mayer.
At only 19, Shemekia released her debut recording, Turn the Heat Up!, and the critics raved. A year later, she appeared in the Motion Picture Three To Tango, while her song "I Always Get My Man," was featured in the film Broken Hearts Club. Copeland went on the produce three more albums and the awards and accolades piled up (Song of the Year, Blues Album of the Year, Contemporary Female Artist of the Year) and a GRAMMY nomination.
“I’ve had success in my career, and I’m happy with that” she says. “But that doesn’t mean I don’t want to continue to grow. In order for an artist to grow – and for a genre to grow – you have to do new things. I want to be innovative with the blues.”
The Steepwater Band
Although The Steepwater Band got their start as devotees of delta blues, they have since been expanding on their influences taking on everything from psychedelia to Americana, and of course, rock and roll music. Formed in Chicago in 1998, the band’s signature sound is at once a nod to earlier rock n’ blues combined with a raw and gutsy musical approach. Band members Jeff Massey (vocals & guitar), Tod Bowers (bass) and Joe Winters (drums) have a synergy that comes from years of playing together.
The band’s infectious energy is equally evident in their live performances, as critics and fans hail their shows as forceful and intoxicating. It is their humble devotion to music, and a commitment to achieving their musical goals without compromising the integrity of their musical vision that make The Steepwater Band such a refreshing find.
TSB has maintained a grueling schedule throughout the last 10 years, averaging about 125 shows per year. They have toured and shared the stage with acts such as Gov't Mule, Buddy Guy, Wilco, Taj Mahal, Marc Ford, ZZ Top, T-Model Ford, North Mississippi All Stars, Leon Russell, Drive-By Truckers, Robert Randolph & the Family Band, Cheap Trick, Bad Company and Heart.
JJ Grey & Mofro
Growing up in the swamplands of northern Florida, down home roots, rock and soul artist JJ Grey became a realist early on. “You fall in love with a pig,” he says, “and then one day your granddad knocks it in the head and bleeds it for butchering. You tend to grow up with a certain amount of realism in your life.”
JJ Grey and his band Mofro exude rocking, funky, melodic, front porch realism in every song they play. Grey comes from a long tradition of Southern storytellers, and his songs oftentimes use the loss of his natural surroundings and the marginalization of the Southern culture he grew up in as a metaphor for universal truths. The band delivers his material with brilliant musicianship, resulting in music that is thought provoking rhythmically dynamic and mesmerizing.
Grey’s ear for detail inhabits his songs, whether it is a story passed down to him from his grandmother or the tribulations of a childhood friend. His voice delivers them with an unflinching strength that paints a vivid portrait of an exact time or place with words and music. Like his songs, his rich, soulful vocals are forceful and commanding, seemingly old beyond his years. And the music, from smoldering soul ballads to gospel-fried funk to straight ahead rock ‘n’ roll, brings it all home with danceable grooves and a melodic freshness that will stay with you long after their performance.
In 2001, a National Public Radio feature brought JJ’s music to more people than ever before. Doors at press, radio and venues opened across the country. JJ Grey & Mofro performed at Bonnaroo, opened for Widespread Panic, Ben Harper, Galactic, B.B. King and Jeff Beck. Word of their live show spread quickly, and bookings at festivals and concerts around the world increased, including jaw-dropping shows at The Austin City Limits Festival and The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
Terry Quiett Band
Under the Tent
“…one of the hottest power-trio outfits on the scene today. They successfully mix the blues of the Delta with the psychedelia of the Sixties…”
From 6th Street to Austin to Beale Street in Memphis, they’ve mesmerized audiences with their original and contemporary blues-soaked sound. They’ve also paid their share of dues traveling the Rocky Mountains of Denver, the blue grass of Kentucky, and every state in between, winning fans and expanding their core grassroots audience with each performance. Along the way the Terry Quiett Band has shared the stage with international guitar legends including Jonny Lang, Robert Cray, 38 Special, the Doobie Brothers, Edgar Winter, Kenny Wayne Shephard, Walter Trout, Robin Trower, Tab Benoit, Robert Randolph and Devon Allman as well as numerous talented regional artists.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Disappear Again - Terry Quiett Band

Here's another track by Terry Quiett Band in case you missed the last one. These guys have a great sound. I particularly like the glistening chords.
The winner of the 2010 Memphis Bound Competiton was the Terry Quiett Band. Terry and his band have Terry put on two smokin' hot performances for both the semi-finals and the finals. Here's the bio the band sent in for the competition:

Over the last three years the Terry Quiett Band has played over three-hundred shows across the heartland of this country. They've mesmerized audiences with their original, blues-soaked, groove-inducing, soul-filled sound from 6th Street in "the live music capital" Austin to Beale Street in "the birthplace of rock and blues" Memphis. They've paid their share of dues and tolls from the Rocky Mountains of Denver all the way to the blue grass of Kentucky, winning fans and growing their core grassroots audience with each performance. Terry Quiett Band has had the pleasure of sharing the stage with Grammy Award winners and international guitar legends such as the Robert Cray,Walter Trout,Robin Trower, Eric Sardinas,Albert Cummings,Bernard Allison, Kenny Wayne Shephard,Bugs Henderson,Tab Benoit, Jonny Lang,Robert Randolph and many others.
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Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Long Saturday Night - Terry Quiett Band

In last few years the Terry Quiett Band has logged 200,000+ miles and played
close to three-hundred shows across America’s Heartland. From 6th Street in
Austin to the Windy City of Chicago,they are mesmerizing audiences with their
original and contemporary blues-soaked sound. They also,pay their share of dues
(and tolls) traveling the Rocky Mountains of Denver, the blue grass of Kentucky
and on Beale Street in Memphis and every state in between, winning fans and
expanding their core grassroots audience with each performance.

In 2010 they entered the studio and recorded the album “Just My Luck” with
world renowned, Grammy-winning producer Jim Gaines(Stevie Ray Vaughan, Carlos
Santana,Steve Miller Band, George Thorogood,Luther Allison, Albert Collins)
taking their sound to an entirely new level.Hightone Music Group in Chicago
released it in June 2011. It debut at #21 on the Roots Music Report on Blues
Radio charts and maintained for 12 weeks.

Along the way the Terry Quiett Band has shared the stage with international
guitar legends including Jonny Lang, Robert Cray,38 Special,Doobie Brothers,
Edgar Winter,Kenny Wayne Shepherd,Walter Trout,Robin Trower, Tab Benoit, Eric
Sardinas,Albert Cummings,Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Bernard
Allison,Bugs Henderson,Big Head Todd and the Monters, and Devon Allman as well
as numerous talented regional artists.

Terry Quiett Band has a com­manding presence onstage and explodes every power
trio cliché by cutting a broad swath of striking original material from
haunt­ing Delta blues and sophisticated jazzy swing to chesty rock featuring his
flawless guitar technique and deeply soulful vocals. His latest release Just My
Luck, produced by the legend­ary Jim Gaines is a modern master­piece of highly
charged, blues-based music.~ Dave"Doctor Blues Man"Rubin

" of the hottest power-trio outfits on the scene today. They successfully
mix the blues of the Delta with the psychedelia of the Sixties...its apparent
that Terry Quiett is ready for much bigger things in the blues world, and "Just
My Luck" is an excellent starting point!!!"
-Sheryl & Don Crow, Nashville Blues Society

"...beautiful guitar work...the solos speak volumes a la Clapton and Larry
Carlton...this guy makes wonderful compositions and can sing beautifully. Yes
for me a big surprise this album, check it out."
-Frank van Engelen,

"There is the rawness and beauty of windswept plains and harsh weather in his
unvarnished sounding vocals. Lucky in love hasnt been the hand dealt to
Quiett,but we are fortunate to hear the musical result."
-Doug Hill, The Norman Transcript

"...shows that blues/rock power trios can adapt to the 21st century without
relying on clichés by adding the versatility needed to deal with todays genre
bending times. Fun beer blast music that'll get every middle aged white running
to get his air guitar out of its case so he can jam."
-Chris Spector, Midwest Record Review
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