Guns of Nevada / Press

“Guns of Nevada gets its 2nd wind”

“Guns of Nevada is an American rock band...”

“Guns of Nevada come to Ellensburg”

“ ‎"Guns of Nevada is based on rock ’n’ roll cliche, and I mean that in a good way. They play songs about whiskey and women and all of the other barroom-rock themes, and they do it well enough to justify a cover charge. Think Social Distortion but a little less punk, a little more straight rock, and you’re getting close."”

“Guns of Nevada- Hard to Wave Goodbye in Handcuffs”

“Guns of Nevada on Wikipedia”

"There is something to be said for creating tunes the audience can sing along to by their end.." This brand of rock and roll doesn't allow for much opportunity to re-shape the musical formula, so to be better than the rest bands must do so lyrically, like when Guns sing, "It's hard to wave goodbye in handcuffs." It's hard not to raise a Bud Light to that."

“Guns of Nevada Offers Free 3 Day Pass for Watershed Music Festival”

“Guns of Nevada joins Dierks Bentley, Kix Brooks, Sara Evans, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Dwight Yoakam and more at the Watershed Music Festival August 3, 4 and 5 at the iconic Gorge Amphitheater.”

“Guns of Nevada Launch New Album, "SONGS IN THE KEY OF WHISKEY"”

“Guns of Nevada -- Countrified rock 'n' roll, loud and proud ! Guns of Nevada is a legitimate rock band.....they're that rare Northwest rock band that actually rocks. And 'round about three beers into the evening, that's the most important thing a band can do.”

“We are big fans of The Guns of Nevada! We have had them in studio a couple of times and have several of their tracks in our rotation!”

Darrell Fortune - NWCZ Radio

“..... This is a band that can’t be ignored but sure as hell can be bought. Whiskey anyone?”

"Guns of Nevada prove that Seattle still rocks!"

"The music (Guns of Nevada) is reminiscent of the good days of punk rock like Social Distortion and the Ramones while mixing a blend of modern western charm and reality."

"On the short list of bands that go against the grain, there are a few that have genre cross-over appeal, and I say that Guns of Nevada are one of them."