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Chain Station / Press

“Dancin’ With The Law is a big leap forward for the group, and the recording fits alongside albums by some of Colorado’s other, more established modern bluegrass bands. While the group isn’t all button-down traditional (they still know how to have fun), their tight picking, great harmonies and solid songwriting make the band, and for that matter the album, appear to be much more mature and developed than many acts twice their age.”

-Denver’s Marquee Magazine

“Dancin’ With The Law is a big leap forward for the group, and the recording fits alongside albums by some of Colorado’s other, more established modern bluegrass bands. While the group isn’t all button-down traditional (they still know how to have fun), their tight picking, great harmonies and solid songwriting make the band, and for that matter the album, appear to be much more mature and developed than many acts twice their age.”

“Dancin’ With The Law is a big leap forward for the group, and the recording fits alongside albums by some of Colorado’s other, more established modern bluegrass bands. While the group isn’t all button-down traditional (they still know how to have fun), their tight picking, great harmonies and solid songwriting make the band, and for that matter the album, appear to be much more mature and developed than many acts twice their age.”

“Dancin’ With The Law is a big leap forward for the group, and the recording fits alongside albums by some of Colorado’s other, more established modern bluegrass bands. While the group isn’t all button-down traditional (they still know how to have fun), their tight picking, great harmonies and solid songwriting make the band, and for that matter the album, appear to be much more mature and developed than many acts twice their age.”

“Great show on Saturday and I love the CD!!!! Thank God for Chain Station so I don't have to exercise like a normal person. See you all soon. - FAN”

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“Denver stringband Chain Station may only be a four piece, but their ample picking capabilities give the ensemble a much fuller sound. Their instrumental pieces, like “Gotta Have Gawd,” are intricate and deep, yet sparse enough to allow each player to be truly heard. Their lyrical numbers though, have a funny irreverence to them. Their track “Three Long Daze,” for example, sings about how it would take “three long days to clean the hippie out of this place.” The track might be the best dedication to hippie men wearing skirts since Railroad Earth’s “I’m a Mess.””

Marquee Magazine

“AMAZING job last night Chain Station!!! You all are such a joy to work with and even more fun to listen to. Thanks for being great at what you do!!! Here’s to many more in the future!”

Gina Malefyt - Organically You Events

“You could tell that they are stoked about their weekly Thursday nights at Cervantes’ Other Side line ups, and to be perfectly honest, I’ll be a regular there after the throw down I witnessed last night. Two thumbs way up for the boys in Chain Station for organizing such a grand event!! Can’t wait to see what the future holds on the Other Side!”

Live Jamz Radio

““Anna Lee ” had three-part harmony singing in what was a rather traditional-sounding song until it got to the bridge, where they changed register and progression, and vocally added just a hint of R&B soul, before reverting back.”

Jan Peterson - Pow'r Pickin