"Remember September is a dynamic collection of funky rhythms you can really groove to, accentuated by edgy guitar and smooth sax duets; with a front man that really gets you pumped, the synergy of the band alone is contagious... always delivering one hell of a "FUNK" IN good time!"
“Remember September’s acoustic rock sound blends country, rock, jazz and blues, and has been compared to The Allman Brothers and Dave Matthews Band...”
“...the more I listened to their material, the more I began to enjoy each and every song they write! It’s almost infectious?! ”
“Remember September plays the kind of affable, groovin' pop-rock Fairfield County audiences love...”
"This is one of the best bands I’ve heard from in a long time. Their combination of great vocals and great instrumentation result in a sound that is literally music to any listener’s ears!”
"Their white guy funky grooves and boy-next-door vocals, with lyrics about relationships and feelings combine with the frequent saxing in a Dave Matthews-friendly way..."
“I have had the opportunity to see Remember September perform live on several occasions, and they do not disappoint. The tracks are just as enjoyable live as they are listening in the back lounge of the bus...”
“You cats blow me away...I enjoy listening to your music...working with major bands of the time...I feel confident in saying that.”
““There’s a reason why Remember September is consistently opening up for some of the biggest acts in the country. Go see them live and find out why!"”
“There are a few things that come to mind when I think of the month of September. But now…I have another reason to remember September!”
“Over their four years together, Remember September has seen their grassroots effort blossom from playing at local clubs in Connecticut and New York City to performing at major events with a Who's Who of legendary acts”
“Remember September, an acoustic rock band from Trumbull, Connecticut, has been invited to perform its second special benefit concert as part of the Wounded Warrior Project at 1 p.m., Saturday, August 8th, at Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington, D.C.”