"Great sounding record. Production is excellent and so is
the songwriting, instrumentation and vocals. The lead vocalist has a
very warm timbre and is right on the money with his delivery.
Everything sits 'real' well on the record. Not sure if this was produced
in Nashville but if not, hats down.... !"
Dr. Octavo - Alberta,Canada
"I just love this album! Great tracks and I love the lyrics. Good songs
throughout, with all of the works very well written and performed.
This is a solid mix of country and rock. Incredible music throughout
this original work."
Inspiration FM - London, England UK
"Beautifully diverse with the use of strings from guitars and mandolin, with an impeccable sound of ballad soft rock. Many artists come to mind
when listening, but they definitely bring their own twist to what has
already been done before. Refreshing and easy listening for when you
want to chill out and pass the time away. I personally have never heard
of The Nut Drivers until now, but listening to this single track has
made me want to listen to more. "
Throwing Shapes Media & Review
““Sometimes its boldly apparent in the world of life, love and music that you don't need to be flash or intricate to be intriguing and worthwhile. Setting a high bar of quality doesn't have to come through layers of effects and 12 minute guitar solos. So take four individuals who are all talented musicians, who have a song and an acoustic setup and you will find this. The Nut drivers. The song I'm reviewing is "Before you condemn,".There's a serene sound of honesty in how they play and sing which makes "Before you condemn" beautifully easy to listen to. Even from my first hearing I was caught off guard by the ease of its hooks and meaning. I waited to listen again just to see how long the song lingered...And it's still there. The descending bass note in the chord pattern which results in a climb back to the perfect cadence is always a smart move musically as it is a natural progression to imagine and one of the easiest for the listener to remember.”
Songwriter – Music Manager
"I had the pleasure of featuring 'The Nut Drivers' album 'Crazy
Locomotion' on 'The Independent Music Show' for a full show-date week in
August 2013. The first track on the 12 track 'Crazy Locomotion' album is
named 'Alive' and the album certainly lives up to that description. The
musical partnership of Britt Warren & Chris Whitman bring a most
enjoyable mix of southern Rock with an R&B twist to Delight and
Entertain. I have placed this album on my play-list and over time I will
spin every track on it because, this piece of work merits a listen. The
final track is named 'Lose My Grip'...My feeling is, 'The Nut Drivers'
have a very firm hold and have surpassed the pinnacle."
The Independent Music Show