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The Brooklyns / Press

“Intense and raw roots rock, played with conviction and soul. Infectious swinging/ shuffle grooves, great melodies, old school tones and a late 60's vibe that says it's party time. This band will keep you coming back for more.”

“The Brooklyns may be named after an alcoholic beverage, which in turn is named after a borough in the evil empire; but they are more like a state of mind. Their mix of rock 'n' roll, good songs, and passion is one reason to overlook their New York name, while their powerful playing and attitude is a reason to become a fan.”

“Church, Boston MA 2/26/10 The New England Americana Festival.... Next up are the Brooklyns, a Southern rock/country foursome, and they set the bar high for the rest of the night. Lead singer Maureen Kavanaugh’s is the voice of a seasoned traveler, someone who’s been on many a stage, while Tom Leger, fellow vocalist and guitarist, captures the audience through his instrument, even using a beer bottle at one point. (Guess his pick went missing.) The music hits all the emotional chords, at times making me want to move my feet, and at others making me think of the one that got away.”

“A Boston band with down-home songwriting and a rock-infused country feel is coming to Tammany Hall on Jan. 9. Why should you care? If you’re a fan of honest songs, pickin’ guitar, throaty vocals and smart collaboration, then The Brooklyns are your sweet water to drink. ”