"In an age of black and white opinions, this album provides a refuge for the simple questions that separate us. Each track on the album takes on a different identity. ...This album isn’t made out of an attempt for stardom. In the end it’s two cousins who fulfilled a promise, wrote some songs and spoke truth." - Gabe Crawford, Nashville Noise
“Boys Called Susan have truly captured the essence of Americana music with Pennysltucky.” - Bruce Warren, WXPN and Executive Producer of World Cafe on NPR music
“‘Pennsyltucky’ is rollicking, soulful Americana that grabs you by the arm and leads you to the dance floor.” — Jerad Walker, Music Director for opbmusic.org
"First cousins Bryan Russo and Christopher Shearer, share their deep love for American music in their first single to radio, “Company Man,” off their just released debut album, Pennsyltucky." - Donna Block
"Pennsyltucky serves up slices of life – the dreams, temptations, struggles and stumbles – with a cohesive message of perseverance and hope which mirrors the compelling back story of Boys Called Susan. " - Harriet Watkins, The Daily Country
"An artist’s passion for music is ingrained in their being and when that love is shared between like-minded souls, there is a bond so deep that they become a family. Artists who share not only the bond of music but also that of blood perhaps create an even more powerful connection. Sharing both bonds are Bryan Russo and Chris Shearer of the duo Boys Called Susan, first cousins who have been surrounded by music since childhood. The pair recently released their debut album Pennsyltucky showcasing their raw, genuine sound along with their knack at writing storytelling songs." - Janeen Megloranzo The Country Note
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