Renegade Newsletter

Something for Everyone is an apt title for this album in that, through the band’s repertoire of original ballads, blues, and straight ahead rock, they cover a lot of musical terrain. From the opening cut "Hold Me Girl" to the closer "Punks," the band spins tales of relationships, love lost and found, and general slices of life. Although they hail from Flint, Michigan, lead singer and guitarist Bill Toll possesses the spirit of the south and southwest U.S. The music swings, the melodies flow, and the guitars chime with a sound akin to the southern-fried rock of bands like early ZZ Top, Little Feat, and the Allman Brothers.

Eric Harabadian
(Geoff Wilburs Renegade Newsletter - November 1998)