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Lucky Graves / Press

“The Lucky Graves by Jason Harper Dream Machine The Lucky Graves (Moonshine Records) The Lucky Graves aren't short on chops. Like the inside of a well-oiled jukebox, this Kansas City power trio spins, blasts and changes tunes without missing a beat. The band consists of two former members of Overstep — Adam Stotts (guitar, vocals) and Ben Ruth (bass, backing vocals) — with the late Proudentall's John Cruz on drums. The Graves could almost be called the Adam Stotts Band — his from-the-gut, high-baritone voice and mighty, crunchy guitar drive the songs — but that would be a disservice to the band's other members. This is a power trio if there ever was one. ”

Jason Harper - pitch weekly

“No one in the boneyard got swagger like the Lucky Graves. and if you've heard somewhere, at some point in your life, that blues-rock can still, in this woebegotten, post-1974, indie-pop-electro-corn-syrup day and age, actually be good, then you better get your ass down. It's a testament to local bands' lack of self-promotional savvy that the Graves criminally good new songs. This new direction for the Lucky Graves seems to find frontman Adam Stotts -- whose howlin' tenor hath no equal -- elic Zeppelingetting further away from the aggressive, dissonant alt-rock of his previous band, Jack White, get our your notepad.”

Jason Harper - Pitch weekly