Cathouse Thursday Album Review

Draws you in with their sublimely done guitar licks and smoking hot vocals. Their sixth album in less than thirteen years, this four-person band sure knows how to turn the quality button up to eleven in such a wonderful way. This eleven track album demonstrates the large-arena potential that they have and, if the whimsical Taylor Swift can fill a stadium or two, than Cathouse Thursday are bound to be responsible for doing exactly that but in a much more awesome way. If Funky Hang Loose does not find radio or commercial success than there is something seriously wrong with people. Changing beat on many occasions to much success, it results in this being the finest track of the album and one which is bound to enter many people’s “Top Song List” of 2011. Other...

San Diego Troubadour CD Review

Cathouse Thursday are a band who originate from California and unlike many Nashville bands deliver contemporary songs with tight harmonies and a very laid back style. Sounding much like The Band in their early days this group of talented musicians deliver their music with a definite swing and style. Lead singer, writer and producer Will Faeber sounds much like Sawyer Brown’s Mark Miller and the band have a superb range of playing styles. The songs range from the gospel influence of When I Told You I Was A Cowboy through the rock steady of Make A little Heaven to the gentle ballad, Quiet Darlin’. Overall it is a difficult album to assess because it fits into so many genres or categories. It is very pleasant listening and is definitely Country, although...