“Rocking vibe full of catchy songs and great performances…music harks back to the glorious American sound of the 70's but without sounding dated…definite early Eagles feel…Southern edge….Chandler Mogel has turned in his best vocal performance I have heard so far. Guitarist Stephen Walsh steals the show with some classy guitar work, giving the material the required fire when needed but without overplaying his hand. An album I will returning to many times in the future.”
“Straightforward goodness is what attracts listeners..rich with commercial potential…sophisticated musical sensibilities. There’s no trendy posturing just good, strong compositions played with rock solid delivery. Modern adult rock in an un-ironic way. The band’s road album leads to a good aural journey.”
“Classic 70s AOR/arena rock complete with crunchy guitars, high energy and all the vibe from working class Jersey you can handle. -- Midwest Record”
“Road Not Taken: Something really incredible and creative to offer…. brings the listener back to a time where rock music was still heavily influenced by the blues…Iron Bridge Band gave a piece of themselves to creating it.”
"The more I hear, the more I want….a wonderful well crafted album of standout Country/Rock/Blues"
"Delivering everything a rock record needs: power, melody, and soaring energy....Road Not Taken makes a strong case for being on the top of the "Best of 2013" list...better than just about anything on the Billboard Top 100 Rock Albums right now." Tony Cruz Sison; All Access Magazine; Dedicated Rocker Society
“The group offers us a tasty album with some energetic pieces. One can feel influences from Bad Company, Eagles, etc...an excellent album... with very good musicians where all compositions are superb...in terms of melodies, music lovers will be spoiled by this album which is a real success for US rock and ballads. A superb debut!”
“Broad artistic vision, technical excellence and a burning passion to bare uninhibited emotions....the Iron Bridge Band from New Jersey has it all and a raucous sense of abandon -- David Rubin, KBA Recipient, Music Journalism”