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Jarrod Champion Sleeps Till Dusk / Press

"Stylized folk balladry, nocturnal narratives and closing time croons, burn with the romanticism of Jeff Buckley. This tight-knit quintet burns classy, brooding blues."

"...songs that move like lullabies for the 18-and-older crowd...melancholy, hopeful, haunting and beautiful, Champion's quasi-jazz and -blues piano, dusky vocals and his band's pop-oriented instrumentation create a sound that is both smart and soothing, compelling and convincing."

"Stylized folk balladry, nocturnal narratives and closing time croons, burn with the romanticism of Jeff Buckley. This tight-knit quintet burns classy, brooding blues."

"King Comfortable is a great track...very well orchestrated. Champion's vocals...remind the listener of the late, great Jeff Buckley."

Chris Kaptur - Madonna Herald

"..a refreshing turn into the piano based, jazz leaning sound...truly hauntingly appealing...his vocals hit an emotional chord with the listener."

"Slick production, smoky and jazzy piano, and rough vocals (think a dustier Michael Buble without all the Sinatra charm). He knows his music and how to make a tune. Each one seems to come out of nowhere and sweep me into an open field, eyes gazing at the sky."

“Interesting and assertive lyrics sung with passion and conviction, set against alternative/pop guitars and drums. The fusion of these elements with blues/jazz keys give Jarrod Champion Sleeps Till Dusk a unique sound with the feel of Radiohead, Lenny Kravitz, and even Freddie Mercury at times.”

IndiePro Magazine

"The delicate state of Champion’s character is depicted through the tinkling piano lines accompanied with a sonically rich undercurrent. It is with these opposing aspects that Jarrod Champion Sleeps Till Dusk creates an enticing sound that will enjoy numerous listens.”

Michael Potvin - Indie In-tune Magazine

"..very original song writing and a flare for the dramatic. They put on a great show as fans couldn't help but sing along."