"Keziah and his Delux Motel come out of Charlotte, N.C., with a real-deal, revved-up country sound.Keziah writes and sings about hard living and real life, from personal experience, and those songs, such as "Ball and Chain" and "I Can't Stop," appeal to those who also have done some living."
The San Antonio Morning News
"Honky-tonk perfectionist Wink Keziah offers pure bar-band genius on his new CD, Working Songs For The Drinking Class..."
"If you need bona fides for your honky tonk, roots rocker Wink Keziah's got 'em in spades."
Creative Loafing Magazine
"Wink Keziah and Delux Motel are one of the great new honky tonk bands in the USA."
“Ten songs’ worth of honky tonkin’ that Waylon, Willie and Tompall would give their outlaw country stamps of approval to, Working Songs for the Drinking Class is the purest example of truth-in-titling you’re likely to encounter all year."
“Like Blue Ribbon and Texas Red, some is best enjoyed in the neon blue of a honky-tonk. Wink makes no secret of the bumps on the road that led him to become a singing, songwriting son of a gun and everyone in earshot is ready and willing to pay attention."
Vintage Guitar Magazine