“Here’s the thing about Courtesy Call: you take a lot of things that are cool and different and special in their own right, you know— those kinds of things that people tell you “don’t mess with success” and then they mess with them. Rock band with a rock goddess up front— great, idea, don’t mess with it. Energy pouring off the stage and infecting the crowd— love it. Performers jumping and dancing like crazy— all day long. A lead vox who doesn’t even use a mic stand cuz there’s just no slowing her down— pretty cool. Zombie songs— no way! So put it all together and you are taking a big, BIG risk… energetic rock goddess zombie songs??? Yeah, Courtesy Call pulls it off with a live show that has to be seen to be believed. They take big risks and they deliver. This is a special band"”
“The energy this band emits is something to envy....you've go to give these guys credit for their sharp performance skills.”
"So what is so great about Courtesy Call?” you may be asking yourself. In my humble opinion: they are unique. They’ve got a great rock sound in an age and location full of emo, jam, reggae, bluegrass, and metal. They write honest lyrics and are unabashed in their love for good music and supporting other local musicians.