"Mark Longsdorf (guitar), Rayce Ribble (bass), and Nick Thibodeau (drums), nearly stole the show with their strong rocking rhythm that made many dance and tap their feet. The band made the room explode with energy and excitement as the set went on."
"As the music started, I was blown away at the high-energy stage presence of singer Elle Mae. On stage, she made every song hers. Her sparkling personality, wit, and smile shown through as her singing cut you deep into your bones. During the set, I was amazed by her flexibility and wide range of styles she could sing. One song, she's a sultry temptress with a smooth-as-butter voice, and the next, a raw rock-n-roll queen who'll tear you apart if you looked at her funny."
"The first time I saw the band was during the 2010 Metro Times Blowout, and I recall being captivated at how Elle Mae — in her Bettie Page-inspired hair and pin-up dress — commanded the stage."
"...Elle Mae captivates us with every performance with those flirty flowers in her hair, long gloves, sexy tight dresses and those Bettie bangs..."
"Here we have the debut CD-EP by Detroit's hardworking and charismatic duo...the mini album's title comes from producer Jim Diamond's downtown Detroit studio. This thin digi-pack is stuffed with nine covers of traditional '50s country & rockin' fare including three Wanda Jackson tracks, a Janis Martin cut and a requisite Patsy Cline number, all brought to vivid life by the bright and powerful vocals of the diminutive Ms. Mae. You'd best be ready when Mark & Elle Mae tear into a tough rendition of Willie Dixon's "I'm Ready" smokin' hot, straight out of the gate! Favorites from this splendid party sampler are the boppin' "Tennessee Flat Top Box", the peppy "Love Me Honey Do" and the sassy "My Boy Elvis". This twosome really swings on the up-tempo numbers (like Fujiyama Mama). serving the listener an unignorable invitation to the open dance floor. It's great to have something solid to showcase this talented Motor City couple."