“Rockabilly group Reverend Red packed the Irish Rover with grungy cowboys and dreadlocked hippies alike. The three-piece band, featuring a bright red upright bass and electric banjo, lived up to the hype. Grumbling lyrics and a dirty southern blues sound delighted those in attendance. Sean Russo, an upright bass player himself, took some notes on showmanship from Myk Marquez, who threw and spun his bass around like a belle at a ball.”
"His music is something I never came across. The strange style and lyrics and even the stage presence made this first encounter quite enjoyable. The Reverend knew exactly what he needed to do to keep the crowd going, even myself." "I have no idea how to label his style of music. It's more or less along the lines of country, psychobilly, and rock genres. But the music itself just sounds deep and dark. I couldn't help but be mesmerized by his performance which reminds a lot of Sonic Youth. Fans of all types of music, I recommend checking out this man. I was captivated by him the first time and I think you will be too." "I guarantee and eye opening performance."