“What has been your favorite moment(s) in your career?
Going to Cash Cabin was special. Meeting and getting to play with some of the people I've looked up to. I've played with some pretty powerful people through the years, Gary Holland was with Great White, Dave Olson played with Robert Cray and Savoy Brown, Rick Jewett was with Savoy Brown for a stretch and Rick Lonow played Poco, The Burrito Bros. and a whole lot of others. I've remained in good company all of them! I enjoy making the music we've made, and jamming, and I guess some of those jams would have to be my favorite moments!
Breaking down in Cleveland, Ohio on my way to a gig in Pierre, South Dakota.”
Mohawk Valley Living
“HelloMusic.com/review.....Randy Case/Here To Testify
Instruments - Lead
We felt the instrumental leads on this track were tuneful, interesting and well-articulated. There's no overplaying here, and nothing
seems to be lacking either. Spot on.
Vocals - Background
Great background vocals can really enrich a melody and song. Yours impressed us.
Interesting harmonies are key to making music sound fresh. You had it in spades.
Ah, the elusive hook. A great hook can redeem a troubled song, or get a great payday for a top-notch band. Your hooks grabbed
us. Excellent work.
Arrangement / Instrumentation
Having a good arrangement, with the right instrumentation, helps give listeners a better sense of what's happening melodically and
harmonically. Your arrangements were just right. Nice job.”
"Randy went back to his homegrown roots of southern country rock to record "Comin' Home"at his recently completed home DanceLand Studios. Recording at his Sylvan Beach home helped capture the mood of the CD perfectly. There's a lot more rock & roll this time around,from the bluesy,"Slow and Easy" to the southern rock of "Cold,Cold,Cold". Taken seperately,the albums show Randy as a fine CNY musician;listening to the two together give a higher appreciation of his musical diversity. He goes from the harder edge rock to the country boot stompin without missing a note".
Mike Jaquays - Mid York Weekly Review
Mid York Weekly Review/2000
“Randy Case /On To You Now Neophyte regional recording artists strut their stuff The title track--featuring nifty roadhouse piano fills courtesy of Tom Witkowski--matches the trademark charging energy of Skynyrd
with the rock'n'roll exuberance of Bob Seger. The seamless guitar interplay of Angerosa and Case playing lead and rhythm makes for the kind of high-flying audio assault that lifts even the most lethargic rockers off their bar stools and onto their feet. A harder rock edge (Angerosa doing Hendrix?) cuts into the guitar attack on "The Days of Mr. Greed," while the much gentler, mid-tempo-ed "She's Got the Power" sounds like something lifted from a Neil Young or Boz Scaggs album./95 The Syracuse NewTimes "On To You Now's nine originals display a decidedly southern rock influence,often recalling the Allmans or Lynyrd Skynyrd,with traces of the Dead and the Band showing up in stylistic lab reports.”
The Syracuse NewTimes/1997
“What REVERBNATION fans have to say:
Wow! I really love your harmonies! great sound all together.
You sound great..keep em coming !
randy, your sound is awesome!
Rockin Great Tunes
Just stopped by for a listen. Long Gone is a great song!! Love your work!!
We really like your music, great musicians, excellent vocals. Thanks for being our fan! With respect.
Wow! "Long Gone" should be on the Radio NOW!
Enjoy your stuff very much. Keep rockin'.
Long Gone; Hell yeah!
Rocks!!! keep it UP!
Your songs are fun! Nice writing!
OH YEAH! REAL Music! by REAL musicians!
LOVE it! You've inspired this 60 year old 'kid' that I too should 'Keep on keepin on'! Great stuff!”
what reverbnation fans have to say