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"With a sound said to be a cross between Cat Steven, Jackson Browne and John Mellencamp and often classified in the Southern Rock genre including one comparison to legends Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers, his stories are told straight up with simple concepts and images, lending themselves to multiple interpretations."



"A major work of art. A song like 'Have to Go' sounds like it could open for Shania Twain. Then a few songs later is 'Just for You' which could have appeared in a John Hughes movie (Say Anything, Breakfast Club)."

- Derek Dunn, Barrhaven Independent


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