"Ronnie Hymes is no stranger to hard work. He's also no stranger to using his guitar for a therapist. On his new CD "Just A Workin' Man", Hymes presents ten heavy hitting, hard driving country songs that will speak to the everyday working man and anyone else who feels the burdens of a slumping economy, paying dues, and fighting for time to have a little fun. Flanked by banjoist Buck Thrailkill and upright bass slapper Frank Ehlinger, "Just A Workin' Man" features several original songs, a couple of choice co-authorships, and a cover of the Waylon Jennings classic "Shine", and is a must have for country purists and roots music enthusiasts alike!"
"The beauty of this album is it’s roots in truth. When so many Nashville products try to sing about the common man’s common struggles, they have to do it from the outside looking in. What Ronnie is doing is getting what is inside out, to keep his sanity."
"Ronnie Hymes is real. Ronnie Hymes is raw. For fans of true underground country music, look no further"
"Anyone can pick up a guitar and sing into a mic. Ronnie Hymes isn't just anyone that's for sure. Ronnie is what REAL country music is all about. He writes and sings about REAL life and plays the guitar like it's meant to be played... Like it's an extension of his soul. You can waste your time with pop country or you can give your ears the REAL deal.... Ronnie Hymes is the real deal"
"Ronnie Hymes has done more to promote underground music than any other artist out there"
"Ronnie Hymes is more independent than the 4th of July"