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Dane Drewis / Press

“Dane Drewis’ first solo CD hits the speakers with a rocking sonic boom and acts as a transitional piece of work. “Full of It” exemplifies the funky rock that dominates Northern California, a sound that would envelop a dark coffee shop or thrive on a sunny beach, but the standout track is “Friday Night.” It’s poised to become an anthem for people who work hard and play harder—the perfect love letter to those of the working class who never skip the bar after a long week. The song has the power and hook to send half-smoked cigarettes hurling to the ground while their owners leave behind the hot summer night and dash into the bar to join the party. ”

“It’s obvious many will find Dane Drewis infectious, & make no bones about it he’s got X-Factor for the females. There’s not a weak song on this entire catalogue! The musicianship is first rate, the songs are short and sweet musical experiences, and Dane Drewis is a musical Triple threat, as he brings to the table his guitar playing virtuoso, his impressive songwriting, & his amazing vocal sex appeal. Lastly - the playing, writing, and singing abilities of Dane Drewis & his band are amazing. I guess could go on and on all night about Dane Drewis you simply have got to get your hands on “Rock & Soul” to see what I am talking about. It's a slam-dunk.”

““What is perhaps most impressive about Dane Drewis’ music is that they are clearly drawing inspiration from outside their genre, yet manage to maintain a catchy pop feel….the melodies are original and unexpected, unlike anything else on the airwaves these days….(Dane Drewis) maintains a suave sort of sophistication, leaving the listener to feel ten times more in vogue then they did prior to listening to the album….manages to achieve what so few people are ever able to achieve in both art and life: balance….. (they) successfully combine a broad appealing pop sound with more obscure and adventurous genres, creating an absolutely dynamite combination. Whether you’re a fan of pop, blues, jazz, show tunes, world music or funk, (Dane Drewis) is guaranteed to appeal to you.” ”

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