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"Nashville is famous for its curious indifference toward new touring bands. Expectations are generally low. But on Saturday night a seasoned quartet from Ft. Worth, TX challenged the status quo...Each song in their set was dynamic, with nuances in all the right spots...Green’s voice is filled with a raw emotional quiver that gives him a unique tonality. The listener is drawn in both sonically and by the visual portrait he so eloquently delivers...This group has a universally soulful sound that can also cross genres and demographics. Mastering that timeless sound and appealing to a wide audience may prove to be the right formula for success.
"Joey Green is quite possible the best underground singer/songwriter in the state of Texas."
“Whatever the answer, Green’s got a gem of a new album on his hands. Recorded in Nashville, Lo 5 offers bright, sugary, straightforward roots rock with a semi-twangy vibe. And it’s ready for radio — most of the choruses are repetitive rather than melodic or rhyming.”
"We can’t deny it — there’s something about Joey Green’s sensual, bad-boy sneer that sets our heart racing faster than a lovelorn teen’s ticker. On tunes like the Velvet Underground-ish “The Cheating Kind,” he and his band prove that “country punk” is not an oxymoronic label. " - Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards