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Barnyard Stompers / Press

“For anyone of a sensitive nature who has a liking for the mellow side of country music it’s not inconceivable that this won’t be an album for you! Conversely, if you love raw, edgy tales of of murder, mayhem, booze and drugs that don’t always take themselves too seriously you won’t find better this year! You will probably never hear an album as rooted in the sinister ‘backwoods’ as this one to such a degree that at times you can feel in danger just listening to this raw often threatening music. In many ways the songs are at times contradictory, ranging as they do from wild, ferocious backwoods mayhem to tremendous Johnny Cash evoking performances. Despite the fact that there are just the two of them working together it seems insulting to call them a duo thanks to their ability to actually make more noise than many a four piece band and when it comes to sheer musical power and drive, they have few peers!...”

““That stain on the lead singer’s overalls could be barbecue sauce, but it’s probably blood. Such is the raw outlaw-garage-country-punk appeal of Barnyard Stompers, the Denver-based ne’er-do-well duo. These guys have an album called “Outlaws and Chainsaws,” after all. Oh, you know what? That’s barbecue sauce AND blood.””

Yakima Herald Republic

"That stain on the lead singer’s overalls could be barbecue sauce, but it’s probably blood. Such is the raw outlaw-garage-country-psychobilly-punk appeal of Barnyard Stompers, the Denver-based ne’er-do-well duo that’s going to burn down Bill’s Place in a free, early evening Sunday show. These guys have an album called “Outlaws and Chainsaws,” after all. Oh, you know what? That’s barbecue sauce AND blood."

“You know it has been a long time since I have found a band that I enjoy listening to on repeat. I know that sounds silly but we all do it, don’t deny it. The Barnyard Stompers is one of those bands. Members are Megan Go-Go Wise and Casey Miller. The talent with these two is simply amazing. As stated in “Got me a Trailer” this album will, “blow your f’n doors off!” Their new CD is The Way- Gone, Wild, & Rockin’ Sounds of Barnyard Stompers. There is a variety of different music styles from one song to the next, so you will not get bored listening to this one. From psychobilly to a kind of Irish jig, it’s all here in the 17-track Album. This is a must have for your collection! All right, enough from me; I had the pleasure of interviewing Miss Megan Go-Go Wise, drummer and vibraphone player extraordinaire. Here is the low down on a band you really can’t miss! They have shows coming up in November, visit their website for more information and go check ‘em out!”

Sheila Broderick - Colorado Music Buzz Magazine

“We have always had a tendency here, more a mission to be honest, to stay away from barn dances but that resistance could be seriously challenged if such events offered up the same riveting heart igniting sounds which make the Barnyard Stompers album, The Way-Gone, Wild and Rockin’ Sounds of … such a magnificent dance of devilment and fun. The release is a storm of diverse and insatiably mischievous songs which leave no rockabilly, cowpunk, and country blues stone unturned and equally ensure there is no passion or form of musical seduction untouched. Barnyard Stompers consists of Casey Miller (guitar, vocals, kazoo) and Megan Go-Go Wise (percussion and backing vocals), two musicians who over the years have brought invigorating sounds in such bands as The Hillbilly Hellcats, The Bop Kings, Vibes on Velvet, The Kozmik Kowboyz, and Buckwild. In their new venture of around a year old, the pair fuses a mix of outlaw country, Texas stomp, blues, and rockabilly into their own ...”