"This artist is amazingly talented. Great sound, great licks, love this music!"
— Guerry Harbin
“Live show at The Pub in Snellvile, Ga. "Dude, I thought you were sick!"”
— Cathy Lapinski Soda
"NO MORE TEARS...guitar that's is crystalline drops into a lyrical package that is pure poignant power."
— David Namerow
“Crazy- "A nice acoustic piece. Has a bluesy aspect to it with a more modern alternative touch. The vocals are smooth and reminiscent. Very good piece of work altogether. Reminds me of say Eric Clapton mixed with Lynyrd Skynyrd.”
"All that I can say is I am speechless! That's rare for me too lol! You are very talented and I love your music, your style and your voice.Its soothing yet upbeat.Great work, keep up the amazing work, you are totally awesome! =))"
"Autumn Leaves" - "I really enjoy'd this! near the end i downloaded it and it started looping really cool at the end. This is screaming to be a duet with a girl or your vocals dubbed on top near the end."
"No More Tears" - "Wow this is so nice dude, this mixed seriously well. I usually go in here thinking "okay I'm gonna find something amazing today." And hot damn did I find it. I'm seriously impressed dude. I definitely hope to hear more from you. At 2:40 when you start reach higher in your vocal range. Seriously it was very... blissful is the only way I can describe it. I really look forward to hearing this damn near old timey blue/southern lyrics. I hear a lot of irish influences in there to. What a treat haha."
— Reddit - We are the Music Makers
"What an incredible talent. Love the songs. Just awesome !!"
— Cody Tripp
“- Crazy- "very very great guitar playing in the intro of this track. it has all the sound of a on its way to being a hit track. the singer has a very strong and powerful voice. i love the sound. this will be in my c d chamber and i will buy this song great choice”
“- Crazy- "If you're tired of the "four chords that made a million" than this is your jazzy haven. Good classic use of rhythmical flow with the vocals and a soulful guitar solo round out the sound space of the dialogue.”