—Doug Nunnally, The Auricular
"Smart pop rock that brings in Americana influence and theatrical tendencies to make a curiously cordial sound." [11/12/18]
the job Press
"The new song from The J.O.B. shines a spotlight on the post-war plight of over 37,878 veterans sleeping on the sidewalks of America every night." [10/2/18]
—The Big Takeover
"True to their self-described alt-rock with a blues soul and Americana roots, the band stirs these genres into one potent and tuneful brew."
—Caurie Putnam, Valor Magazine
"[The J.O.B.] has become a powerhouse in the Richmond region and beyond." [10/27/18]
—Andy Thorley, Maximum Volume
"Dazzlingly layered and dripping with infectious chord progressions, “Lisa’s Song” dives into a heartfelt longing that lingers through the night, long past the final hours of twilight. " [10/1/18]
—Emerging Indie Bands
"a luxurious and gentle ballad." [9/14/18]
—Jared Allen, Volume Magazine
“…giving guitar lessons to fellow soldiers, writing music, playing talent shows in his camp isn’t how every soldier spends their recess, but then again, every soldier doesn’t return from deployment to lead a Top 40 nationally charting band."
—Tim Whale, Indie Bands Blog
"...superbly written compositions within the wall of sound..."