Good Time Ramblers / Press

“That the Good Time Ramblers are not a country band in the modern sense of the definition is evident from the beginning of Bigelow Strange. No, these guys are much better than Nashville, Tenn., country. There’s nothing overly polished here. The Good Time Ramblers only deal in genuine music.”

“Bigelow Strange," the follow-up to the 2009 recording "Nashville Cowboy." The 8-song album sounds fantastic (it was produced by keyboardist/vocalist Jeff Coleman and engineered by Coleman and Jason Tedford), especially the keyboards and shimmering pedal steel.”

““I love the way we evolve with each record,” says drummer Brooks Browning. “Each record is different from the [previous] one. Of course, I don’t think we’re gonna make a reggae record.” Along with Bigelow Strange, the group’s catalog includes 2007’s Sinners Welcome and 2009’s Nashville Cowboy.”