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The Heavenly Chillbillies / Press

““The Heavenly Chillbillies seem to settle for nothing less than a fun-filled romp on stage every night, this one being no exception. With a few calls to the fans, the band had the crowd singing along to lyrics like ‘My sister’s so mean she drinks gasoline,’ and one of the most famous lines in blues history, ‘Blues is my business, and business is good.’ When the crowd wasn’t singing, they were bobbing their necks or drumming on their tabletops. The beats were infectious, the riffs raw and real, and the bass heavy and strong.””

““If Long Time Coming is any indication of what’s to come from The Heavenly Chillbilies, it’s safe to say that regardless of how the election shakes down in November, the next four years will be heavy on a domestic policy of booty shaking.””

“With a too cool mix of bluesy funky rock and country boogie woogie The Heavenly Chillbillies have unleashed their first disc the appropriately titled Long Time Coming. The rock solid rhythm section of Irving and Olczak anchor things down as Mayer whales on the six string. Lots of good stuff on this one..”

Bob Sylvestri - BestofWNY

“The band hit heavy on the blues without overdoing it, and stuck close to blues-heavy rock with a spicy dash of the South like a punch in the mouth.”

“This Buffalo band rips through a healthy catalogue of blues, country, rock, and honky tonk; in other words, Americana. The Heavenly Chillbillies play with a wild and loud guitar-fronted recklessness a la Dan Baird, suited for gin mills and buckets of blood. Whether it's a shuffle, a boogie, or a beer-soaked rave-up, the trio dishes out heaps of blue collar, redneck fun. ”

“The three main stages featured each artist performing two selections. This made for some interesting and inspired sets and many bands realized you had to give your best shot to get the crowd's attention. After some early morning dance sets from various local companies, The Heavenly Chillbillies shook out any cob webs with a blistering noontime set of cow-punk rock.”