“The Cowboy Mafia Show Beer Goggles Who's Boss (...) Taking cues from hard rocking bands like Motorhead and Social Distortion, The Cowboy Mafia, give every performance their all. They play an electric blend of music they call "punk and roll." (...) Packing the venue at five dollars a head, The Cowboy Mafia lived up to the hype surrounding them in the bar scene.”
"I like it! Reminds me of Motorhead meets the Ramones and NY Dolls. It's really raw and sounds like your throat is bleeding. All the elements of great rock and roll. It's nice to hear music that isn't doctored up, tuned and beat-detectived to death. These days it's hard to find much honest rock that comes from the gut, so thanks for sharing it!"
"Tampa-by-the-way-of-Jersey's Cowboy Mafia does punk rock too, but theirs is marked by fat classic rock riffs and raucous vocals."
"They play a Jack Daniels-doused concoction of southern rock, hard rock and classic metal. Cowboy Mafia lassos you back to the days of fun loud music (early Van Halen, Motorhead, AC/DC) before the Goths and grimacing frat boys shut down the party.'We’re playing rock ’n’ roll like you don’t hear it no more,' Mob proclaims."
“Even though the club wasn't packed, these guys played like they were at the Ford Amphitheater. If you ever get a chance to see them around town, make sure to be there. They're one of those truly unique Tampa Bay Groups that actually have some talent.”