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“I give this CD a 9 out of 10 ranking. These guys impressed me right off the bat with One More Thing, it managed to groove and swing at the same time. These guys have that Mississippi Hill Country feel to some of their music; Get Away is an example of that, with great guitar and harp. The vocals brought Tab Benoit to mind a little on this one. That stuff reminded me of the songs that Buddy Guy did on Sweet Tea. I Got To Know is another fine song, with a heavy guitar edge and I still hear Tab. There is a drum fest on Rather Be Drunk. Right after I said into my recorder that I would like to hear background vocals on She’s My Baby, they magically appeared. This CD impressed the hell out of me, nice job guys and thanks for the listen. Release Date: February 27, 2010 ”
“With so many CDs coming my way of course I put this one aside and let that desk of mine start to devour it. Then with the urging of my publisher I reached in and pulled it from the fire and popped it into the player and gave it a ride. Good thing I did, cause what I found was a kick ass power trio letting Blues fly in every direction. Are you looking for energy bigger than a power plant? Do you want to hear a Band that lays it down with emotion and intensity and still remembers the roots of Blues in a modern format? Then here ya go. The Avey Brothers. Need a recommendation of a band to check out? Then run dont walk to their next gig. Go to the Mississippi River and turn left. Somewhere out there, where the Blues are blowing down the corn stakes you’ll find the Avey Brothers. Big, Bad and Blues!”
“their performance was carried by an unpretentious expertise which captured the audience. Reed's composition ably demonstrated the combo's strengths: Chris Avey's commanding vocals and precise guitar, Mark Avey's thumping bass and Weeber's aggressive drumming. ”