"Christian's first show was the first time he'd ever played with us," Lamb states. "Andy told him, just solo like 'Subterranean Homesick Blues' over this whole song, and he did. That's when I knew he was awesome."
“There’s a kind of satisfying glee in watching this band play live, it’s a cathartic and jubilant experience, as all rock music should be, but it’s also a decidedly pointed political act as well, whether the band freely admits to it or not. By making the personal public, by letting you in on the audition process, as it were, what this band is really giving you is a taste of unmediated rock and roll magic. By coming through and delivering the goods, time and time again, by their obvious sacrifice and their almost heroic level of commitment to playing monster sets, anytime and at any place, what Hooves are bringing to the Valley is an almost unspeakably refreshing burst of courage, artistic pride, and palpable creative energy.”
"the band toe between witty, literate songwriting and barely contained chaos. Informed by the rootsy swagger of The Band, the anthemic strut of early Springsteen albums, and the wry pop of Harry Nilsson"