Sugar Lime Blue
"Sugar Lime Blue take the power and excitement of early rock without dating their songs" - Danny, The Alternate Root (Nov 28, 2015)
"Sugar Lime Blue packs a strong Americana punch with their CD, "Move That Earth" - Americana Rhythm Music Magazine (Nov 16, 2015)
"Sugar Lime Blue.....might just trip you back to the 1970's with their ultracool retro vibes, a musical melting pot that oozes a unique blend of country, rock, blues and jazz.....but also expect to be surprised by a group that's practically impossible to label."
- Ken Beck, Wilson Post (Oct 28, 2015)
“Like a black crow perched on a lonesome Southern wire, Sugar Lime Blue compel attention. ....On the road in the aftermath of their well-contoured new album, “Move That Earth,” Sugar Lime Blue come packed with new songs. They wisely blend Southern roots originals with clever covers.. Country in nature yet more attuned to folk and rock’s jam b
Dave, Ashley, and Russ (L-R) Hard Rock Cafe, Pigeon Forge
and element, Sugar Lime Blue sweeten with soul for a mix that blends rhythm with roots. Add a touch of mystery. Spin tight grooves and Sugar Lime Blue results in Southern rock finery.”
- Tom Netherland, Bristol's Herald Courier (Oct 01, 2015)
“The seven tracks blend contemporary rock, full-bodied blues and traditional country in a truly compelling style, which can more appropriately be described as Americana music at its finest.”
- DYLAN SKYE AYCOCK, Murfreesboro Pulse (Apr 01, 2015)
"The band Sugar Lime Blue is a marriage made in musical heaven"
- Steve Wildsmith, The Daily Times (Oct 16, 2014)
“It is a top notch taste of twangy, yet soulful country rock that is reminiscent of classic Steve Earle, but also draws as much inspiration and feeling from Al Green as it does from Little Feat.” - Madmackeral, Mad Mackeral (Dec 02, 2013)
“What keeps our attention however is Sugar Lime Blue’s talent for writing a tune; spitting fire at rock from the 60s and 70s and adding a special Nashville jaunt to proceedings.” - Tiffany Daniels, Drunken Werewolf (Nov 25, 2013)
“Sugar Lime Blue has been praised heavily in the Murfreesboro area, most often for an authentic, blues-heavy song craft and Ashley Beth’s full-bodied bluesy lilt to match. Far From The Tree, released earlier this year, validates both. Twelve tracks of blues range from hot and slow-dripping to gritty and fast-burning. It’s apparent that they know their blues, but they also clearly know the West as they channel the laidback California acoustic pop in addition to Deep South back porch sound; Far From The Tree sounds as if Sheryl Crow moved to the Mississippi Delta after her self-titled debut and went native.” - Jessica Drake, Murfreesboro Pulse (Apr 13, 2011)