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Michael Buffalo Smith / Press

“ON SOMETHING HEAVY... "The music is profound, so in that sense "heavy" describes it well. His last album, 2003's Southern Lights, proved he's an exceptional torchbearer and the lights are in no way dimmed here. These are sparkling, wide-ranging new songs and covers, all perfectly suited to Smith's personality and mission. He sings them in a clear, robust voice and as usual..” ”

Tom Clarke - Hittin' The Note

“ “Michael Buffalo Smith as a musician, writer, critic, and southern music historian really gets it. His taste and deep appreciation for the real thing are qualities that inspire all of us in his wake. And it's a big wake." ”

Billy Bob Thornton - Direct Quote

“On SOMETHING HEAVY... “First of all Michael, thanks for having me play on this CD and giving me the opportunity to work with Ray Brand and you on a great CD! This is some damn good work from you Brother with great tunes and great playing! I'd highly recommend this CD to all music lovers looking for music from the heart with no limitations on feelings!! A great CD for anyones collection.” ”

George McCorkle - Founding Member, The Marshall Tucker Band (RIP)

“ON SOUTHERN LIGHTS... "We loved your CD! I wanted to grab my Bible, a bucket of shrimp and head to a biker bar all at once! God bless you Buffalo, Bonnie and all the fine musicians on this session!" ”

Gary & Dale Rossington - Lynyrd Skynyrd

“ON SOUTHERN LIGHTS... “Leave it to my friend, Michael Buffalo Smith to put together another outstanding Southern CD with some of my old friends and classic pickers! Who could go wrong with Pete Carr (Duane's picked protégé), Bonnie Bramlett (Songbird Of The South), Johnny Wyker (The Vision), Tommy Crain (Hot Licks) and some of the best veteran players from The South? From "Into the Light" to "Buddha in a Swimming Pool" this will make you smell the magnolias and want a peach. True Southern playing from beginning to the end."I Don't Want To Say Goodbye" says it all for me. It all leaves me wanting more! "Ride On My Friend," ride on!" ”

Alan Walden - Legendary Manager of Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Outlaws, Otis Redding