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Bud Summers / Press

“He's a cross between Tom Waits and Taj Mahal”

Rhymin' Jimmy - Beckemeyer, IL - VIP Music Epistle

"...songs are simply GREAT."

Brad C. -Fayetteville, AR - Facebook

"Bud’s the real deal man Lots of people try to make music. Bud is music." Larry S. - Grand Rapids, MI

"What kind of music does he play? I would say a Bluesy Raucous, his voice is really cool and has a pretty fast lick guitar." Robert E. - Godfrey, IL

“music lovers will fall in love with what they hear. Summers has created something special”

“Summers gets back to basics by focusing on what really matters - good songwriting and solid playing”

"You'll feel like your coupons have been tripled"- Brian B. - Decatur, IL

"Even twenty-three-year-olds like him" - Brown Hat Girl - Carbondale, IL

"voice sounds like he woke up with a hangover, and now he's chain smoking and telling his tale to a friend" Paul R. - St Louis, MO

"The overall sound of the songs is a bit of folksy-country, mixed with a tad of bluesy jazz, and topped off with just a touch of a rocker’s edge."

“Summers' Time- CD Release Show at Mac's”

“Cool country song with perfect melody! Artist: Bud Summers Title: Comin Home”

““….played with a degree of passion and enthusiasm that you just don’t see….with feeling and artistry…. " A.E. Hamberg- Carbondale, IL”

“Bud's vocals and songwriting made it all happen....WOW he kicked &^%$#&*(........we will do this one again....hopefully on a regular basis.....it was really an honor having Bud.”

“melodic guitar lines tinged with blues, rock, classical and jazz influences”

"Always standing tall- even when he's sitting down"- Stephen K. - Fairview Hts, IL

“Music is really appealing! The melody is so good! Artist: Bud Summers Title: Big World”

“What groundhogs listen to when they're not looking for their shadows. A little bluesy, a little jazzy and not too far from the rock.-”