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The Revolutioners / Press

“The Revolutioners followed up with a blast of polished, radio-ready rock. As Campos put it, "Unabashedly in-your-face rock 'n' roll, not too far removed from anything I imagine one would hear on The Strip 20+ years ago, and I mean that as a grand compliment." Shelton wrote, "Put these dudes on the radio ... save me a few channel surfs!" Solleder wrote, "If you are talking money, this band has 6 zeroes to the right of the 1."”

“Relentless rock 'n' roll riffage is the name of the game, and The Revolutioners are playing in the big leagues. Frontman Phil Houston is a livewire and the band has it down from ragers to ballads.”

“The Revolutioners are Little Rock rock ‘n’ roll.”

“The rock of The Revolutioners is the rock of bands such as Led Zeppelin and The Rolling Stones, two bands that are cornerstones of rock, and newer acts such as grunge bands and Audioslave. But there’s no revival rock going on here with The Revolutioners; no, there’s a lot more in the group’s sound. Their debut — with all songs written as a band — might only be a four-tune, 14-minute EP, but there’s a lot of weight behind The Revolutioners’ meaty riffs and sing-along choruses.”

“The Revolutioners simply ROCK. Explosive on stage and a breath of fresh air.”

Luke Williams - LWB Entertainment

“Ultimately, Round 3 of the 2013 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase came down to showmanship. That's the category that The Revolutioners dominated, and it's what earned the loud 'n' libidinous hard-rock quintet a spot at the finals.”

“If you've ever witnessed a performance from the group's frontman Phil Houston, that probably won't surprise you. Houston was all over the place: stage left, stage right, standing on the monitors and the drum risers and probably a few other places too. Plus, dude can sing his ass off. The band has AC/DC-esque hard rock down cold. The dual-guitar raging of Ben Richman and Jackson Hagerman kept the riffs a comin' while the rhythm section of Danny Praseuth and Lance Berry anchored it all down.”

“The Revolutioners deserve to be seen and heard--a great tight sound with excellent vocals playing original rock in the vein of Soundgarden or Pearl Jam. They work hard to promote themselves and they always show the audience a good time. They've earned the right to play our place anytime they want.”

James Snyder - Booking Manager, Juanita's Cantina Ballroom

“Conservative is not a word that shows up much in the realm of rock music. However, Little Rock Arkansas’ The Revolutioners are conservative in the way they approach their art. The group believes in the rock ‘n’ roll dream. They believe in putting on a good show, being entertaining. Their catchy choruses and huge hooks are exactly what is needed to go far in this business.”

"When it comes to unbridled, hedonistic rock 'n' roll excess, Little Rock's The Revolutioners know how to bring it."

“In my opinion, there are about 3 bands in central Arkansas ready to make the jump to the national or international spotlight, and one of those bands is The Revolutioners.”

Sharpe Dunaway - Program Director, KVLD/Sharpe 99.3

“This band is a monster! We need more bands like this... a great rock & roll show!”

Blake Woodson - Woodson Productions