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G2O / Press

“I was hooked within one minute! My initial reaction, Wow. These guys are good!”

“Over all, “Half and Half” is filled with nice song writing, strong arrangements, and solid musicianship. Gallons To Ounces cover a lot of musical ground, while constantly throwing in unexpected harmonies, chords, and twists to keep the listener’s full attention. Make sure you keep your eyes out for the next live performance of Gallons To Ounces in the Baltimore/DC area.”

“At times the Ounces do wear their influences on their sleeves, but this musical unit keeps you on your toes and has you wondering what's coming next. Half and Half does a great job of whetting your appetite for a future full-length release.”

“NEW ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Gallons To Ounces out of Rockville, MD are quickly becoming a solid sound in the music scene. Combining funk, jazz, rock, soul, and blues, these guys are sure to cater to almost every music fan. Do yourselves a favor and check them out.”

Creative Solutions Music Promotions

“I love your guys style, groove and formula on stage. I don't know what it is but you guys are on to something!”

Don "Cerphe" Colwell - WHFS 94.7 - 2012 Hard Rock Cafe Battle of Bands Judge

“Vocalist/guitarist, Matt Cummings, really caught me off guard when he started belting some soulful sounds into my head, I was a little blown away actually. While combining elements of jazz, blues, and soul into their funky rock n roll sound really giving music lovers a unique sound not heard to often within the younger generations, but provide confidence for the future.”

“Great Music! One of the best bands I've heard on reverb. Skies the limit for you guys. Great feel!”

Mike Brennan - Reverbnation

“Conditions remarkably improved when the next band, Gallons To Ounces, took the stage. Based near Washington, D.C., this trio shifted the musical flavor into a jam and funk direction; demonstrating wicked-sounding grooves and sharp instrumental execution. Lead singer/guitarist Matt Cummings, bassist Andrew Griffin and drummer Zach Miller laid down captivating, improvisational grooves that mixed elements of funk, rock and jazz. Each band member displayed abundant solo abilities, and all three played off one another in constant displays of mesmerizing musicianship. Gallons To Ounces clearly kicked up the tempo of this Millennium showcase party, and set the tone for more musical fireworks to come”

“With excellent food, delicious beer, and some serious funk from the power trio “Gallons to Ounces,” how could people not have a good time?”

“When I got to the pavilion, the band (the excellent Gallons to Ounces) was setting up, the food was cooking, the beer was flowing, and I could walk around and enjoy the scene. I liked this band because their musical style was good, very versatile but focused on jam, funk and jazz.”