“That Damn Sasquatch turned up the beat with a plethora of bluegrass twisted with a cajun beat. Their unique appearance combined with old school beats got the crowd’s blood flowing”
"Their version of the popular Iko Iko was fun and got people up dancing...Writing on the Wall let the bands vocal harmonies shine in a song that revealed the backstory of a man’s criminal recidivism. Jesus Rancheros told the tale of Spanish bandits or heroes, depending on which side of the border dispute you were on. And then there was Regulators, a moody jazzy piece that the band aptly described as funk with a gansta twist.Derek Bridges (guitar) and Jim Fisher (upright bass) swapped lead vocals on the songs. Strong singers, they brought these varied musical tales to eager ears."