Rockabilly. Done Old-School.
"Imagine a western-swing jukebox that pays you with trim and vivacious selections, all of which bounce agreeably along happy trails...Here 'tis. For those who ain't a-feared of fun."
- DCLarson's Jukebox Jury
"The music that Kristi Jean and her gang are playing is the same beautiful and mysterious amalgam that has been telling the American story for the better part of a century now. They play the kinds songs that helped- and still help- define a nation in the eyes of the rest of the world. And in our own eyes as well."
"Album of the Month"
- Kees de Haan, Crossroads Music
"I love this album!"
- Bruno Duquenoy, Pure Country FM
"An authentic delight for your ears"
- La Adventura Americana Radio
"A rootin’-tootin,’ retro rockabilly band!"
-Centre Daily Times
"This band bebops...[and] Kristi's vocals will have you wanting more..."
-Steel Notes Magazine
"There was a collision of musical styles in the early 1950's: traditional country artists and their steel guitars ran headlong into a new jumpin' style of jazz and rhythm-and-blues with gritty guitars and cranked amplifiers. The result was the harbinger of rockabilly and early rock n' roll. The collision was a musical big-bang with a bright flash; but the flash was short-lived. Within a few years, the rockabilly and rock n' roll artists shunned their country roots. Kristi and Her Ne'er-Do-Wells re-introduces those twanging rockabilly guitars and slappin' doghouse basses with their steel guitar and country yodelin' roots. Get your dancing shoes ready."