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Green Light Pistol / Press

“Songs of the Scarecrow is a powerful example of what the band has to offer: unpredictable melodies, a five-part harmony that resonates so sweetly only a family could produce it, powerful yet accessible lyricism, catchy boot-stomping beats, and all the grace and comfort the South has to offer.”

“(Green Light Pistol) They are unique, different, special, and absolutely what all of music has been needing.”

"Four sisters, a brother, and a boyfriend playing homegrown music with playful harmonies, interesting melodies, unpredictable song directions, and a charismatic stage presence is a tough act to beat. Their sound is like…hmmm…imagine if Mumford & Sons, Telegraph Canyon, and Sarah Jaffee had a drunken tryst and sent the resulting love child to be raised by a sweet grandmother in the sticks of Burleson."

Jeff Prince - Ft. Worth Weekly

“Green Light Pistol is a breath of fresh air in a stale, stagnant, Texas music scene, with their 5 part harmonies and amazing instrumentation, this band has a bright and long future ahead of them. With songs like Scarecrow and Blood and Bones they have brought back a style of music and harmonies that make you feel as if you're at the Grand Ole Opry, when the Likes of Loretta Lynn and June Carter Cash graced the stage. ”

“Green Light Pistol- The true grit of the meaning of the word Americana Music. Their songs are as natural as milking your own cow, southern as fried chicken and a groove thicker than blood, they put the "T" in Texas..”

Guthrie Kennard - Americana Legend