"Very Good! Reminds me of old pre-Heartbreakers' stuff we used to play back in Florida."

Mike Campbell of Tom Petty's Heartbreakers

"This is an awesomely funky record -- warm and soulful"

Grammy-winning artist John Popper

"SHURMAN has been paying their dues on the road for quite some time. Now it's time for the world to get to hear and enjoy them on record. It'll grow on you quick!"

Grammy-winning artist Jim Lauderdale

"SHURMAN-killer band of genuine heart & soul CCR type all American soulrock! the boys are GREAT!! the real McCoy!"

Ted Nugent

““Nothing but raves for the band Shurman who moved to Austin a few months ago from California. Word around town is they can REALLY deliver the song-oriented Rock ‘N’ Roll live.””

Austin American Statesman

"shurman has done as much to revitalize the world of country rock and roll as it has for music in general"

LA Weekly

"Skillfully walking the line where the worlds of country and alternative rock intersect"

Campus Circle Magazine

"I'm telling you, I defy anyone not to love this band."

Glen Starkey - Sna Luis Obispo New Times

"Depending on who you ask , SHURMAN is either the next Old 97s, Drive- By Truckers, or Son Volt. Maybe all three given quartet's glossy pop melodies & southern rock twang..."

No Depression Magazine

" roots in alt-country and an ear toward rock radio."


"Working in an established musical milieu requires an artist to walk a fine line between redundancy and self-conscious novelty--shurman accomplishes this feat with style!"

Vintage Guitar Magazine

"As terrific as the album sounds -- it's all held together by lead singer Aaron Beavers' world-weary vocals and an Americana sensibility. (3 1/2 out of 4 stars)"

Paste Magazine

"a charming blend of pop-rock, country and southern classic rock, reminiscent of the easy themes and melodies of Petty, Springsteen, and Jackson Browne."

Music Connection Magazine

"Shurman are the sweetest surprise of this springtime: it's solid roots rock with catchy pop hooks, their formula is perfect for both Rock and Americana charts."

Roots Highway

"Shurman’s music is a combination of "the energy of alternative rock with the sensibility of alternative country."

Tucson Weekly