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CTG Poster Template (2.2MB) Click HERE to download ZIP

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****Various reviews and articles****

Music Connection Magazine    May, 2007

Rockin’ at the Stoplight CD release
“confident performances, a beefy arrangement, and good production.”

Blues Underground Network- 01/10/2010

Five lyrical and story-based songs in a vocal style that brings to mind a mix of Boz Scaggs and Daryl Hall, with a pinch of Van Morrison. Melodies and production spring from and resonate with each song’s content, exploring more than just a single mood.

Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
Release Date: 2009

All Acces Magazine – 01/28/2010

Chris Towzey tackles life, spirituality, and love’s loss on his five-track EP “Same Dirt”. Starting the record with a feel-good vibe, “Don’t Need Money to Dance” truly reflects the old school southern rock influence that Towzey possesses. Not to go unnoticed, the backing female vocals hitting smoothly on the upbeat in the song’s chorus gives the song a silky texture and adds to the dance ambience.
The title track, “Same Dirt” depicts our cyclical nature and looks to find common ground while the ballad, “A Light on the Fear” and the more somber “Right for Us” hit on a more personal level as the CD progresses through its blues and R&B influences. The most self-revealing track, “Guitar Instead of a Gun” pulls from his military roots and counters with his spirituality still intact.

Skope Magazine – 01/10/2010

(Skope interview is archived on Skope site.

Flipside to Music- 01/12/2010

Chris recently completed a five-track EP titled, Same Dirt, released November, ’09. Calling in Jeanie Cunningham to co-produce and Stephen Marsh for mastering, the record mixes radio-friendly song formats with progressive, thought-provoking lyrics. This EP was inspired by the title track, “Same Dirt”, and dedicated to the idea of seeking out and cultivating common ground (aka “dirt”), whether it be on a country’s border or a life/love situation.