Brother 2 Brother / Press

“It has been five years since “Lookin’ For Texas” and this is a welcome treat. The opening cut “Sizzlin’ Hot” is a jazzy, funky ballad with strong sexual undertones, then the bouncy ballad “Wrong Side of the Blues” takes a more jazz-oriented feel, but is a cute little tune. A smoky ballad, “The Day You Went Away” is a fine example of love gone bad song and Norm Uhl takes the lead vocals on a cutesy “The Drinking Song” where he keeps promising to “give up drinking, as soon as I finish this beer”. Sandy Hickey belts out “Lost Respect”, a real torch song of he-done-her-wrong story, and then nails a scorching cover of “Use What You Got”. Her rendition of the Gershwin classic “Summertime” is a fine cover of this much-covered song, and is also a staple of their live shows, and then they finish with the title cut, a real rockin’ blues cut with lots of screaming guitars, howling harmonica and honky-tonk piano, a really good way to end the album. Texas”

“Brother 2 Brother is musical camaraderie at its best and Lookin' For Texas is diverse and divine! ”

Laura Turner Lynch - Kweevak.com Music Magazine

“After listening to this CD, you got to think that B2B, like saltwater taffy, is pulled in many different directions, but their heart and soul is in the Blues. They're a rocket ship on the launch pad about to take off. ”

“Houston's Brother 2 Brother is unmistakably a rock band, but their tasteful and accomplished playing, blues-based songwriting lend the self-released "Lookin' for Texas" a distinct appeal.”

Tom Hyslop - Blues Revue

“These guys will have you foot tappin', shakin' your head, and sayin' "oh, ya" to a steady beat of blues rock. Fusing instruments like trombones, fiddles, and saxophones; this blues-rock album "Lookin' for Texas" will fill your stereo and echo in your mind for hours after listening.”

Brian Shipley - Jamestown Music

“The sound of the Brother 2 Brother disc, "Lookin' For Texas", is the sound of a live band at work, striving to entertain the crowd at all costs. Brother 2 Brother should be congratulated for so successfully translating their live stage show into the fixed form of a studio recording.”

Rocky Stone - Music News