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“Toledo audiences at least ones with taste all love The Deadbeat Moms, me included. These boys mash all that is still righteous about the last 50 years of rock n roll a spit right back out at ya. No gimmicks, no frills, no glitz..... true Toledo rock n roll. Not one hiccup in this bands sound or approach. Highlight anytime a I see them love is them playing Hogstepper, which in case you have not heard the tune is about two over sized and overzealous lovers going at it.The only thing I want more of form the Deadbeat Moms is gigs. These fellas should be out on stage way more often than they are. More fans would be in the future if they could manage it.”

“The Deadbeat Moms ( gotta love the name,even though their is not a mom among them)stared the night off with what I can only say was pure rock n roll.Yes it had some punk aspects to it but I would be lying if I went any further with that comparison. They had this Rose Tattoo kind of sound music wise, and vocally I heard some Replacements and Stones influences mixed with some white boy soul. The song writing was what really grabbed me,catchy melodies without losing grit n balls.The twins guitars complimented one another well and at times they played dual leads which just added to the bands whole sound. My favorite tunes of the night were their dead on version of Ace Of Spades and I Make F&^% Beserker ( love the line in the song ( "So pretty but she never shut up') ”

Michael Rys - Punk Globe

"Blown out speakers and knocked out teef,thats what you get at a Deadbeat Moms show!"

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