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The Twangbusters / Press

"The love child of Loretta Lynn and Jerry Lee Lewis

Michael Levine - Twangbusters Press

“Paula and the Twangbusters did a great job of getting us all up swing dancing and Two-stepping all night long!”

“Paula Bradley and The Twangbusters had the crowd jumping around Friday afternoon with their Millbury Peanut Butter and Jam in the Park concert series ...Bradley, who sounds like a bluesy Patsy Cline, got them going with her "Cattin' Around" rendition. Quick with a smile, and encouraging the folks to dance, the Twangbusters proved to be a crowd favorite, with an eclectic blend of blues, country, bop and boogie.”

“The Twangbusters brought an exceptional performance downtown and truly made a our first Country in the City theme a success.”

Sarah Fitzgerald - Downtown Pittsfield Third Thursdays Chair

"...this one is like a cool slice of Patsy Cline, beautiful and soulful, with a sad twang and a heck of a lot of soul. This really is a band that's worth all the hype."

"I could listen to her voice 24/7...

Bruce Hilton, The Whiskey Kills - Twangbusters Press

“Paula Bradley is one of my favorite Honky Tonk singers to play and sing with… ”

Eric Frey, Redstick Ramblers - Twangbusters press

“The spare, rhythm-and-blues chug of “Too Late to Cry,” with its cautionary tale of a love at risk, and its wonderful, authentic country-jazz guitar solo and bluesy piano, will have you staring down to the bottom of your glass, while “Cattin’ Around” evokes dreams of a ’50s dance with poodle-skirted girls being spun and thrown over shoulders.”

“..."Bradley takes the lead with her rich and lusty voice"”

J. Spica - Chronogram Magazine

“Piano player Paula Bradley is the excellent main lead singer....”

Blue Suede News

“Paula, who's from Huntington, W.Va., has a voice ...sounding at times a bit like Patsy Cline.”

Mike Driscoll - The Audiophile Voice

“The Twangbusters might be an unfamiliar name, but the players who comprise the band are certainly no strangers.... How's the band hold up? Well, judging by the song "Too Late to Cry," pretty well. The honky-tonk tune has a simmering, boozy and bluesy feel, moving with a casual confidence and a heck of a lot of soul. Looks like this one will be a lot of fun.”

"The Twangbusters fuse their many influences and passion for American roots music into a red-hot mix of boogie, blues and hillbilly bop._