"These guys are talented, toe-tapping and their lyrics are pretty thoughtful too. The production quality is also refreshingly high."
"Drew Stedman grew up playing a miniature guitar — a piece the child employed during worship at his father’s evangelical church. After college, he continued to serve there. Meanwhile, “I started having some doubts,” said Stedman, 31, who today identifies himself as an atheist. “So I began to absorb as much information as I could get my hands on about science and philosophy and started asking myself some really tough questions about what I believe.” The shift shaped his music, including a new debut EP, from which the Westerville resident will perform on Friday with his band."
"Drew Stedman And The Cosmic Nothings Are A Freethinking Joy Freethought music, in my view, tends to sound like warmed over folk music most of the time, so when a singer or group comes along that sounds like something you would hear on a commercial radio station, I get really happy. Drew Stedman and The Cosmic Nothings is such a group. They are releasing their debut self-titled EP and I love the music. Even though the lyrics and themes are specifically about religious dissent and freethought, it sounds polished and modern. Give them a listen."
"Drew Stedman, plays along with John Hondroulis during a Columbus Songwriter Circle meeting."