"This very talented group of musicians have an accomplished sound, and this particular song boasts creativity in writing, to go along with the highly polished instrumentation. This is shining, stellar work."
"If Bright Eyes's Conor Oberst were 20 years wiser and two states more southerly, Howdy! is the band he'd be fronting. Though hailing from the Bay Area, Howdy! plays a stunning folk-country style that's Deep South all through, dominated by glowing guitars, backwoods truths, and quivering, utterly sincere vocals."
“Howdy! are fast becoming one of the hottest tickets in the North Bay. Their brand of music is fresh and unique. It's a combination of sorts; part traditional bluegrass, part jam-grass, part outlaw folk. They are the redheaded stepchildren of the Dead, Willie Nelson, the Allman Brothers, Lynard Skynard, David Grisman, Bela Fleck, and Johnny Cash. Damn that’s a lot of daddies. Howdy with a (!) were a big hit at last year's SF Bluegrass & Old-Time Festival. Expect big things from this amazing band. -”
“[Howdy!'s] audiences are starting to build ... Their sound is a blend outlaw folk, country, bluegrass, the Dead, power pop, spoken word, and almost anything else they find lying around. They packed the house at the Connecticut Yankee on a rainy Saturday night and had everyone singing to their twang version of Tom Petty's "American Girl."-”