“Tom serves up a tasty brew of Americana country-rock that's anchored in classic 70s era southern/country rock influences”
— Take Country Back
“What might set this artist apart from the pack, however, is his songcraft -- most noticeable on the title track, which has just the right balance of guitar crunch, winning melody, and manly anguish, It's wise to file this under highly likable"”
All Music Guide
"Soulful country rock, strong harmonies, ringing slide guitar.
Freight Train Boogie
“Cranked out by a flawless five piece band, the tunes on this album are strong examples of Americana at its best. Gillam’s voice is surprisingly spry and versatile”
"If you need comparisons, think So-Cal Country Rock of the early-70s, a la The Eagles, but that doesnt mean it sounds dated. Its quite the opposite, as this is one of the freshest sounding releases to hit this year.
FMQB Friday Morning Quarterback
"Gillams sound will give the listener a good idea of how fun he and his band can be live. This is good-time music, while still giving a nod to concern
"Often it seems the best practioners of roots-rock are those who tread a line between solid songcraft and punkish abandon. By that measure, Tom Gillam ranks high indeed" " Gillam sounds like a man reveling in the knowledge that he's hitting his stride as an artist.
No Depression Magazine