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Father Time / Press

“Time again for Father Time. Another band I've seen before, and another band I was glad to see. Father Time have strong elements of pop, rock, funk, jazz, and a bit of jam on top. Adrian's Song started the crowd grooving from the first note. Excellent vocals on Feast Or Famine, which lead into One Way Down. A surprise reworking of the classic Ain't No Sunshine featured fine vocals from the sax player. Guitar and bass were the stars of 125th St, and damn that drummer knocked me out all night! Seething Dry closed their set. Toad's seriously need to let this band headline!”

"The realm of a funky cool jam that stands out rhythmically and musically while maintaining a cutting edge sound. Only if the radio would play it, the group is on the cusp of finding themselves. Musically they explore and not afraid to be adventurous in their writing. The group needs to somehow bring these ideas into a mainstream median they just may be the next Cold Play or Jane's Addiction."


“Father Time had a seasoned look to them. They've been around the block a few times and were all the better for it! These boys were a tight unit with a knockout rhythm section. Their style was good time rock with a definite groove to it. I remember being especially impressed with an instrumental they played about 125th street in NY with amazing guitar work. Father Time was a hot band I hope I get to see again!”

John A. Wilcox - Progsheet Live Events