Taters PARTY is here!
The first press we've seen is a nice write up in North of the James magazine. You can pick up this free monthly all around the Richmond area, or read it online. Here's a link to the Taters review, written by Anne Jones.
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"The Taters soar through a catalog of Americana and '60s-era pop influences"
Think 'Beatles For Sale', if Marty Robbins were a primary influence instead of Carl Perkins
The Taters play an eclectic mix of roots rock, pop, country, skiffle & Americana, a sound that's been compared favorably to a mixture of Everlys, Orbison, Beatles, and Nick Lowe.
Writing in Billboard magazine, critic Gordon Ely described the Taters as "determinedly-and gleefully-forging a path with no limits or end in sight. This is music for which you've been waiting a long, long time... Without a trace of self-consciousness or pretension, the Taters draw up a formula that can rightly be claimed as their own".
The connection between singer-bassist Craig Evans and guitarist Brad Tucker goes back more than 20 years. That kind of knowledge and interplay is responsible for the crisp harmonies and infectious hooks of the band's old school roots-pop - Durham Herald-Sun
Country roots-pop, dashed with the genius songwriting of 60's & 70's power-pop, like a curious, accidental mix of the Mavericks, the Everly Brothers, Roy Orbison and the Beatles - CD Baby