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"Custom built for the world’s arenas, White’s brand of white-knuckle Americana-rock falls somewhere between the blue collar melodicism of Springsteen, the dustbowl riffing of Bon Jovi and The Gaslight Anthem’s unerring energy."
"Killer young talent from Arkansas... A low voice like Johnny Cash with highs like Jeff Buckley..."-
“Brandon White serves up a stellar list of genre-busting tunes that are nothing short of exquisite. This guy could write and perform in any genre and it would be shrouded in excellence. The songwriting/musicianship/performance and vocals are incredible across the board! Miss this site and you cheated yourself of something rare and special!”
“Brandon's new collection, Streetlight Lullabies, is a step forward in the intimacy and passion of the vocal and lyric. The choruses are stronger and more memorable - you'll wake up the next morning humming "Feel Free to Dream baby / All the pretty horses will bring you home" - even after one listen. That song and "Love in the Lightning" belong in the soundtrack to a Hollywood romantic drama. Like Bruce Springsteen's "Tunnel of Love", the five songs on "Streetlight Lullabies" mostly reflect on navigating the difficulties of relationships and reconciling dreams with reality. Among the tens of thousands of artists on MySpace, Brandon White's music stands out for its quality and memorability, and is worth buying!”
"Brandon White is a Fort Smith singer/songwriter with ambition, passion and talent to match. His style and voice are reminiscent of early John Mayer. (And by "reminiscent of early John Mayer" what I mean is, "he writes songs that most girls wish were written about them, and he sings them with the suave of an old school crooner".) On his debut EP, "Bitter & Bright" you'll find catchy rhythms and well-written stories, all told with Brandon's immaculate voice. You'll find guitar riffs and lyrical phrases that stick with you after the music fades. He always leaves you wanting more. Be careful when you listen to Brandon White, one song and you're hooked. (Especially if that one song is the title track of the EP, "Bitter and Bright".)."
"Brandon White approaches music with perfection in mind..."
“It's hard not to see the emotion and feeling White puts into his music. Along the same lines as his previous efforts, his new EP will encompass the themes of heartbreak, literature, art and lost romance. But it will also include a few areas bands tend to miss: the little things in life people tend to overlook. Brian Washburn - Fayetteville Free Weekly (Jan 29, 2009)”