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The Greens / Press

“Tuck has a bluesy voice that is playful, sweet and grungy at the same time, at times reminiscent of Eric Burdon of War and The Animals fame (yeah, I’m old — don’t judge), other times he channels Tom Waits and every once in a while a little Zack de la Rocha sneaks in. When Sweeney and Yoke add their magic, something truly beautiful happens: music that makes you feel good. And who doesn’t need a little “feel-good” music in their lives? In essence, The Greens are a little slice of heaven and, to borrow a quote from one of my favorite tunes on the CD, “Everything in heaven is within ya, even if you live in West Virginia.””

“Why The Greens out of Morgantown aren’t already a household name is beyond me. Yes, they’re a little schizophrenic, incorporating everything from good ol’ bluegrass undertones to 60s hippie rock and a little 90s grunge. But what The Greens lack in consistency they certainly make up for in substance.”

“I was recently turned on to these guys and, let me tell ya, this here’s the real deal.”

“It's a very deeply blues and jazz influenced rock music ... or earth funk party songs.”

“The Greens ... Rock never sounded this smooth and jammers never rocked this hard.”

“When you’re not quite sad enough for the blues you might want to try out The Greens ... competent performers and energetic musicians.”

“The Greens has a powerful rock, funk and soul-influenced sound which is sure to have the audience up and dancing.”

“Our brothers in arms, I really identify with The Greens musically and personality wise.”

“Simply put: The Greens Rock! With lyrics and songs that are as engaging as they are driven, The Greens are one of those bands that are instantly enjoyable.”

“The Greens Mixes blues, rock, R&B and a little bit of Louisiana swamp gas for an eclectic sound that is distinctly recognizable and unique.”

“The Greens throw a whirling vortex of emotion and rhythm at their listeners via compact disc, as they once again make it just a little easier to drag ourselves through the days.”