Raised breathing cement dust and the pure, pure, unfiltered smoke of domestic steel production the SPOOK HOUSE SAINTS write and perform songs about living and dying and the joys, fears, hopes and mayhem in between.
“Totally wicked moody, cinematic, driven like the Devil heading to the crossroads, these rockabilly tunes can startle and embrace the listener at the same time. I can hear shades of everyone from Cowboy Junkies to the Del Fuegos in these tunes..but it's the simplicity and rawness of the recordings that is so engaging. Deep as a dirty swamp, "Rattlesnakes" will have you diggin out your old Bob Mitchum Gothic thrillers to watch alongside!!”
— Mike White Presents,Reverbnation
“If you are not familiar with The Spook House Saints, you are missing a rare musical treat,” said Berkeley Bob’s owner, Bob Keefe. “Right out of the ’50s, ’60s folk ‘rockabilly’ tradition with some of the best lyrics I've heard recently, in the tradition of the greats from that era including Garcia, CCR, even early Johnny Cash and, I dare say, Dylan. I can see them performing on the street corners in Union Square, Golden Gate Park or Haight-Ashbury back then. If you get a chance to see them you will see what I mean. I am high on this group."”
— Loretta Gillespie,The Cullman Times
"They're like Marty Robbins meets the Stray Cats. Pretty cool!"