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“San Diego’s Lyon Crowns play a mash up of their classic rock, indie and soul influences, with a singer seemingly enamoured with a whole host of English post-punk vocalists called Ian: Curtis, Astbury and McCulloch - to name but three. The sensible money would err towards caution, but it works gloriously. Songs like “Make Me Shoot”, “Moonrise” and “My Pretty Girl” manage to inhabit a world where the Black Crowes share personnel with Franz Ferdinand, and the ghost of ol’ Jimbo Morrison nods appreciatively. They’re definitely onto something, and with the right breaks, a top-notch manager and all the other crap that needs to fall into place, world domination must be the only reasonable outcome. Rob F. ”
“They have flawlessly incorporated both sub-genres of music in one of the most passionate and soulful examples to emerge in the San Diego music scene and quite possibly in all of new music. This is the kind of band that gets your attention while listening at home then blows your head off when experienced live. They have incorporated a way of musical performance that will no doubt keep fans consistently wanting more. ”