“From Daily Gazette's list of top Capital District albums of 2011: “Another Lonely Road” by the Rob Jonas Band. This open-mic-night haunter really came into his own on this, his second full-length album and first with his live backing band of the past two years. Bluesy lead guitarist JV Abbey may be the best thing on six strings in the entire region, while bassist Mike Guzzo of C.R.U.M.B.S, fame and drummer Mark Adamo slam Jonas’ earnest country-rockers into submission. (Disclosure: I like Adamo so much that I snatched him for my own band, The Hearing Aides).”
"[Another Lonely Road] is a record that hews close to traditional rock 'n' roll values with out-front lead guitar and a big beat." Read more: http://www.timesunion.com/default/article/Singer-songwriters-in-spotlight-1400575.php#ixzz1Nm0Z124E
“Rob Jonas sat on a stool at the microphone, strumming his guitar and singing in a soulful edgy voice. A memorable song, “Livin’ the Dream,” voices the persona’s doubts over what exactly the American dream is all about. It appears on his CD, Take Me Anywhere ...”
“Rob Jonas still can’t believe his luck. After all, when you’re an up-and-coming singer-songwriter, it’s not every day that you get invited to perform at the longest-running folk coffeehouse in the country. The Rob Jonas Band — featuring lead guitarist J.V. Abbey, drummer Mark Adamo and bassist Mike Guzzo of CRUMBS fame — is next up in Caffe Lena’s Emerging Artist Series, performing Wednesday night. And its obvious from talking to Jonas for even a minute that he’s ecstatic about it. “I’m very excited to be playing the most historic folk music venue in America,” he said. “It’s a great honor; one I did not expect, but one that I will happily take.””
"Singer-songwriter Rob Jonas will celebrate his new disc ... with a release show at Valentine's on June 13. Jonas recorded his earnest, heartlandy (in a good way) rock songs over the last 18 months ..."