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James Popik/Ten Foot Tall Band / Press

“ Get Back on the Highway has a homey feel to it. It’s an album that makes one feel a cozy sense of belonging. And even though it’s just an EP, it certainly packs a punch as well. There’s no filler here, just four solid tracks that fulfill. This is friendly music, and listening to it makes you feel like you’d be right at home hanging out with the members of the band. Through their music they seem down-to-earth, but not in a way that diminishes their legitimate musical clout. All the members are experienced musicians that truly hold their own when it comes to making music. Together, they create a cool but punchy vibe that serves as both intriguing and entertaining. On Get Back on the Highway, Ten Foot Tall Band weaves heartfelt songs focusing on the follies so typical to life while still creating a sense of hope and progress (the pertinent example being the name of the title track itself).”

“ North Jersey Notes: Ten Foot Tall, Midnight Mosaic, Audio Insight and More! —by Tim Louie, April 27, 2012 I was recently contacted about an amazing blues rock band out of Hopewell, NJ, called Ten Foot Tall. Songs like “Get Back On The Highway,” “Sleepin’ In The Devil’s Arms,” and “Feelin’ Fine” really make you want to drive out to the country (or South Jersey) with your windows rolled down, hair blowing in the wind, and blasting these tunes! No strangers to touring, Ten Foot Tall has already hit the road with The Marshall Tucker Band, double-billed with Robert Hazard, and they’ve even earned a support slot for the legendary Dave Mason at the Tarrytown Music Hall in New York. The band was also invited to open a series of regional shows for Los Lonely Boys. Fans of The Dead will totally love these guys! Check them out for yourselves at tenfoottallband.com. ”

"you guys were jammin'" Jojo Garza, Los Lonely Boys

"The songs are of the highest level and show strong potential in the ultra-competitive music industry."

"Sounds like when bands could play.....and did!"

Gary Allen (Charlie Daniels, JJ Cale) - Music City Beat
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