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“Sounding like what would happen if a bunch of Appalachian punk rockers formed a jug-band, The Howlin’ Brothers play with a ferocious energy that drags you in and finds you boogieing along in spite of yourself.”  – Chris Griffy/ – “10 Americanafest Performances That Blew Our Minds –

“Unlike so many bluegrass groups, chops aren’t the priority for The Howlin’ Brothers — they prefer groove and feel.”  – Stepehn Thomas Erlewine/
“They juxtapose many forms of traditional music together:  country blues, bluegrass, folk, gospel, to create a very fresh and unique sound that is completely their own.” – Bill Hurley/The Alternate Root TV
“Tennessee trio The Howlin’ Brothers offer a distinctly bluegrass take on the blues, adding upright bass, fiddle and banjo to covers of greats such as Muddy Waters as well as pumping out original foot stompers”. – Time Out Chicago
“The Howlin’ Brothers represent the best of contemporary Americana with this latest release. …they are a sheer joy to hear.”
          – Rhetta Akamatsu/Blogcritics (9.29) – 5 star review of TROUBLE –

“…excellent and hugely entertaining recording.” – Mike Morrison/ (9.13) –

Rolling Stone – included TROUBLE in “The 26 Albums of 2014 You Probably Didn’t But Really Should Hear” (8.8) –


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