You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your ReverbNation experience.

Chad Sullins and the Last Call Coalition / Press

“Incommunicado is the kind of album that defies genre classifications yet fits comfortably in country, rock, soul, blues and the Red Dirt/Texas Music scenes. It's a blended brand of American Music that is easy to call country rock and soul, the kind of songs that rock you in once instance and shake you to the core of your soul the next. It's that good. ”

“More grounded in ZZ Top than George Jones -- or, God forbid, the modern country movement -- this wasn't just beer drinking dance hall music. I'd finally found a new album of whiskey slinging, hell raising tunes and was already texting friends, sharing my new find.”

“INCOMMUNICADO is a can’t miss album. The buzz surrounding these guys is growing every day. And it is well deserved. I have no doubt that before long, Chad Sullins & the Last Call Coalition will be on the top of the charts, playing with and not opening for the bigger names in Texas & Red Dirt music. Get in on these guys now.”

“Just a few minutes into Incommunicado, it becomes painfully obvious that Oklahoma native Chad Sullins knows his Red Dirt, country, classic rock and blues, and he blends them into the perfect barn-party soundtrack. The album plays like The Hangover set in Stillwater instead of Vegas, with all the emotions, amusement and reflections therein.”

“The Stillwater quartet — lead singer/guitarist Sullins, lead guitarist Josh Rutz, drummer Jeremy Clark and bassist Jerry Stanley — boldly leave a mighty musical mark with their second full-length album, the follow-up to their debut “Uphill Battle” and acoustic EP “What’s Left of Me.” Their sophomore LP thrums with a gritty live energy that makes it perfect for cranking loud and powering through a long drive or boring day at the office.”

“How would you describe the musical stylings of Chad Sullins? Well, let me tell you – you don’t. This is one of the toughest albums to classify as I have ever seen. It’s Country. It’s Southern Rock. There are several different genres and sub-genres that you could put it in, but the important thing is that it is simply good.”