Bill Wence Promotions - March 1, 2006
Creative Loafing - August 20, 2005
The Herald - August 12, 2005
Amps 11 - June 29, 2005
Le Cri du Coyote - October, 2004
The Herald - September 9, 2004
Sound clip introducing "Double Grave" on Alt Country Cooking (Theo Oldenburg) - August 2004
Sound clip introducing "Vegas Bound" on Alt Country Cooking (Theo Oldenburg) - November 2004
Billy Bop Band Review
The Appalachian - April 15, 2004
The Asheville Citizen Times - August 5, 2004
Smoky Mountain News - August 4, 2004
"Call it high octane outlaw country. It's a high-energy show something along the lines of Rev. Horton Heat." Electric honky-tonk is another way to view the [Truckstop Preachers] frame of mind, and there's a bit of cheeky humor thrown in for good measure as well. Definitely a spirited mix known for its good time appeal."
-Debbie Jennings, The Herald
"You don't have to be a fan of old-time honky-tonk to enjoy this engaging outfit - they serve up tasty twang marinated in humor."
-Woody Mitchell, Charlotte Observer
"This rowdy bunch of fellas from just over the state line like their rockabilly a little revved up. They also do a good job of not taking themselves too seriously as the singer likes to run aound with props such as a deerhead or Johnny Cash mask as he tells Drive By Trucker-type tales (but his aren't nearly as long, and that's a good thing). Makes for a good time and a great fit for Derita's little brick honky tonk."
-Lynn Farris, Creative Loafing
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