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Ross byron / Press

““guitar sounds clean and crisp! good job the vocals sound good the drums are perfect not over powering. really good song! great voice inflection! sounds good love the breaks very well produced and engineered! keep it up” Crowd Review for Hurts”

Crowd Review

“Ross Byron -S/T (S/R - 2010) Nice 6 track CD of the rock nature from a dude who lives up in New York, New York, USA. The highlights iclude the opener 'White Trash' and Don't Say Goodbye with Ross's shout to Elmer (Johnson) about giving him some bass so I guess it could have been recorded live with the full band going for it at once that has awesome female backing vocals on there too from Pam Dixon. The closer is an interesting controversial track too entitled 'Story Of Job. A very pleasant CD indeed from an artist who is well worth checking out. Looking forward to hearing a full album or maybe a gig from this guy some time. 8/10 By Glenn Milligan”

“Byron’s new solo release is the best new music to come out NYC in eons! As Manhattan is now the domain of trust fund bohemes, drunken frat boys, and Wall Street crooks, Byron’s musical bravado represents what this town used to be – a gritty, urban landscape where rock n roll thrived – from the VU to the Ramones to Patti Smith to the Strokes to the Yeah Yeah Yeahs! Ross deserves the same accolades afforded Zakk Wylde, Queens of the Stone Age, Velvet Revolver, and Wolfmother, to mention a few. Keep the flame burnin’ Ross!”

Tom Semioli - Tom Semioli

“Dirty, raw, pure American-influenced ñ all these describe the sound and flavor that has been the trademark of Ross Byron.”

English Don - new york waste

“Byron's killer riffs are showcased all over this disk”

chad curry - the noiszepaper

“Six tracks in which Byron plays his guitar Like a BADASS”

“Ross Byron is the ex bass player from SPIN DOCTORS & KAOS FROM ORDER. He has released a solo album that a bit of Classic Rock mixed with Grunge & Traditional Metal. The music has a strong 80's vibe, especially in the Metal sounding songs. The songs are more of a 70's Rock style.”

“give Ross Byron and his music a look and a listen at: www.myspace.com/rossbyronsmusic”