““Come the Morning Radio Single” Head gear may be necessary before listening to the new Terry Quiett Band single and we are not talking headphones. Instead, you may need to wear the protection sparring partners use as “Come the Morning” will punch you upside the ear. Blowing out of Wichita, Kansas like a blues tornado, Terry and his trio have followed up on the stunning achievements of Cut the Rope (2008) and Just My Luck (2011) with a teaser radio single prior to the release of a spectacular new disk in early 2014. The soulful singer, incisive songwriter and blues busting guitarist has drawn on his genuine empathy for the Delta blues of Robert Johnson combined with raw, kick-out-the-jams, rambunctious blues-rock not heard since the early days of ZZ Top.”
"Proof a live band needs to kick it out in a live setting. The rising blues power trio brings the energy and soul to the stage and the crowd responds enthusiastically in anything but a polite way. Hot and heavy, playing like they mean it, this is sure to make any geezer want to relive their college days the next time they turn off the car radio to avoid one more flavor of the month that's already melting. Hot stuff."
"No amount of technique can ever make up for a lack of passion or commitment to the music. Terry Quiett has an extraordinary amount of each to generously share with his many loyal fans. It is a rare harmonic convergence not to be missed."
"Wow... these guys are hot. He's a strong singer and wrings the neck of the guitar till it cry's out for Mama. He doesn't sound like he's trying to copy anyone...it's a special quality some people are just born with. There have only been a few concerts in town in the past year that I have missed that I should have seen and this is one of them. Terry Quiet Band puts on a good show that this recording amply demonstrates that. "
"...one of the hottest power-trio outfits on the scene today. They successfully mix the blues of the Delta with the psychedelia of the Sixties...it's apparent that Terry Quiett is ready for much bigger things in the blues world, and "Just My Luck" is an excellent starting point!!!"
" Just my Luck" is in the Top 100 played albums of 2011".
"Just My Luck is clearly a big step towards "Stardom". The fact is that this is a mature work. Anyone who seeks blues full of variety without having clichés of most productions is in the right place."
"...Quiett's talent not just as a guitar slinger, but writer too . . . indeed the trio have a lot more going for them than some 'power trios', with a lot of 'light and shade' on offer." - Grahame Rhodes, bluesinthenorthwest.com
"It takes a lot of fire and passion to express yourself musically in the power trio format - and there's some big shoes to fill. Hendrix, Cream, ZZ Top, Rush - not too many slouches in the bunch. Well, for the Terry Quiett Band, the shoes seem to fit quite comfortably. Powerful, expressive guitar, and varied and poignant song writing (all the songs are by Terry Quiett), coupled with the spot on rhythms of bassist Aaron Underwood and drummer Rodney Baker deliver a powerful and pleasing Blues based package that's sure to please. The Terry Quiett Band has successfully entered into the elite company of musical trios of years past."
"Blues/rock fans will love this release. It's a well-rounded, well-played set and Quiett has the makings of a future star with his formidable writing, playing, and singing skills."
"I think when the end of 2011 rolls around, those fortunate enough to have heard the Terry Quiett Band's new disc, Just My Luck, will agree with me that this disc is one of the gems of the year. Great songwriting, outstanding musicianship and the amazing talents of producer Jim Gaines all contribute to making Just My Luck a great disc. This is one CD that will find its way back into my CD player time and again."
"...an infectiously intriguing mixture of coolly aloof, Jazzy rich slowburning Blues; entwined with soul filled sweaty, muscular riffs and achingly raw slide. A very fine performance by all and a very fine album."
"As a recording and mastering engineer I get to hear lots of new albums. While working on the Terry Quiett Band Just My Luck master, I found myself really enjoying those songs, a nice combination of catchy, sharp song writing and top notch musicianship. This is one of the finest albums that has come across my mastering desk in a while." -Blaise Barton, JoyRide Studios, Chicago, IL
"...shows that blues/rock power trios can adapt to the 21st century without relying on clichés by adding the versatility needed to deal with today's genre bending times. Fun beer blast music that'll get every middle aged white running to get his air guitar out of its case so he can jam." -Chris Spector, Midwest Record Review
"From the opening groove of "Karma" you're hooked...All in all, this is a keeper. I suspect that I'll be hearing a lot more about the Terry Quiett Band." -Melissa Martinez, Rock Over America
"There's the rawness and beauty of windswept plains and harsh weather in his unvarnished sounding vocals. Lucky in love hasn't been the hand dealt to Quiett, but we're fortunate to hear the musical result." -Doug Hill, The Norman Transcript
"Just My Luck is clearly a big step towards "Stardom". The fact is that this is a mature work. Anyone who seeks blues full of variety without having clichés of most productions is in the right place." -Ronny Bervoets , www.rootstime.be, Belgium (Quotes translated by Google - Read full review in Dutch)
"...beautiful guitar work...the solos speak volumes a la Clapton and Larry Carlton...this guy makes wonderful compositions and can sing beautifully. Yes for me a big surprise this album, check it out." -Frank van Engelen, Bluesmagazine.nl, The Netherlands (Quotes translated by Bing - Read full review in Dutch)
“This band was made to make you cry, laugh, dance, scream, jump, juke, jive, hustle, bustle, and fall in love, all on the same evening...the kind of experience you can only gain through a touring, live band. ”
“Take the steely blues guitar sound from Stevie Ray Vaughn, match it with the rhythmic bass and drumming of Golden Earring and you get the Terry Quiett Band and one heck of a show. ”
“A slow blues/rock song ala Johnny Lang, Derek Trucks, Stevie Ray, and The Black Crowes, that puts all the elements of the genre; soulful singing, laid back rhythms, and stinging, crying in your beer, guitar licks,in perfect harmony with one another.”
“The Terry Quiett Band and the CD "Cut the Rope" It's always refreshing for me to hear a unique Sound, a Tone that makes you wanna jump up and hit the Dance Floor...A Tone that dives Deep to the Soul of the Matter and The Terry Quiett Band gives me that. Terry Quiett is on the launching Pad!”
“CUT THE ROPE. Gawdamighty this CD is hot. If heaven is a blues bar,then TQB will be the house band. TQB evokes some of the classic rock and blues greats Clapton, Walter Trout, Robin Trower,Stevie Ray. Another round of beer here. Then put on TQB as loud as it can go and let me just plain enjoy.”
“With a tone reminicient of Cream,Cut the Rope begins with a tuff hook that carries the song throughout. Displayed excellent use of vocals that had a good blues rock quality and the perfect chemistry for this band.Will no doubt entertain a crowd.Put this on the set list just like it is! ”