"better than 95% of the major label stuff that comes across my desk" parke puterbaugh, rolling stone, others ..
"snuzz has hand his hand in more interesting projects since 1990 than most anybody else in the state" tim davis, creative loafing, charlotte
“Snuzz has long been one of the Triad's most lovable (and quietly gifted) musical characters. He worked in Bus Stop for years, toured with Ben Folds, and has passed time making solo CDs full of extraordinary pop music. His latest disc, Big Potatoes, is a slice of delectable, feel-good pop that seems almost too appealing to be true (and way too good to go unnoticed). Snuzz wrote, produced, recorded and played most of the instruments, with a few contributions from such notable cohorts as Django Haskins, Eddie Walker and Robert Sledge. The songs are hey-would-you-look-at-that jewels, evocatively so, cut through with a winning sense of Southern grace and place. The arrangements are airy, and the performances unfold with unassuming ease, capped by sneaky hooks and Snuzz's unassuming singing (think Evan Dando). "The Singer With Nothing To Say," the apologetic "Fayetteville," "Love Of The Game" - all will steal your heart away, which is just what great pop music is supposed to do.”