…rock ‘n roll with a big, beautiful sound reminiscent of Crosby Stills and Nash. Richard Cooper’s original songs are excellent.
…a rare, intelligent, diverse blending of pop and country that rivals the Beatles and the Buffalo Springfield in imagination and creativity.
…an exceptional fusion of musicians.
When the seven voices wind up on Melody’s in my Mind or the Dream Never Dies there is no mistaking the talent, energy and style of one of the biggest comers in the industry.
`Southbound’ is a top notch release deserved of serious consumer and media attention.
Their soaring harmonies and hard driving but very melodic country-flavoured rock quickly earned them the tag: Canada’s answer to the Eagles.
IN FROM THE COLD… is a well-executed feast of roots rock that would fit on the table with bands like Blue Rodeo and The Band.
Jukebox with Delbert McClinton is brilliant, name-checking dozens of songs in 4:40 of swampy, backroom rocking blues.
Canada’s Country-rock heroes of the 1970′s showed they have maintained their stellar harmonies and kept up their chops.
Some of our most iconic Southern rock—The Band, Neil Young– has been secretly Canadian. The Cooper Brothers are another link in this conspiracy.