"You have to admire a man who completely gave up the corporate world and the rat race to live his dream to make music. It takes a valiant person to live the simple, modest life, when it would be easier to be part of the daily grind. For Paul Luc there is no other option than to make music and spread his talents to the world."
“Luc's music “transcends a genre,” Baumman says. “A lot of his songs could be reinterpreted in many different ways. That's what makes him such a classic singer-songwriter.””
““…artistically, he seems to have reached the proverbial sweet spot. “Tried & True” is a throwback to the albums that were popular in the late '60s and '70s, a musical statement that would not be out of place in a record store next to works by Warren Zevon, Jackson Browne or Joni Mitchell.””
"Paul Luc embodies the true aspects of an independent group... The sound feels comfortably familiar, each song like a memory."
"Paul Luc has received quite a bit of media attention over the last year, having been featured on KDKA's morning show, Pittsburgh Today Live, on December 31, 2010, where he was televised performing two songs acoustically. Luc was also the only local band named in the Pittsburgh Tribune Review’s Top 15 of 2010. CBS Local also named Paul Luc among the Top eight local performers."
"Paul Luc has crafted what is easily one of the best local singer-songwriter albums so far this year, and the quality of his material and musicianship is evident right from the jangly electric guitar chords that open The Shelly Street Anthems."
"Paul Luc, who closed the show, played a very enjoyable set full of their 60s and 70s inspired Americana. The result is music that feels both timeless and reassuring."
"The frontman of the band by the same name is tall and lanky but that says nothing about the sounds that come out of his mouth. His soulful voice has been compared to the likes of James Blunt, David Grey, Adam Levine and a young Rod Stewart."