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"Big cats, easy tigers. Nice to hear some new lions, roarsome! Stealin's healin'..." - Fiona Ord-Shrimpton, AllAboutJazz.com ⭐⭐⭐⭐ .
"Suppose Gil Scott Heron had punk rock energy and was making records as a young man today. I think he would sound a little something like this multi-culti crew that doesn't believe in any kind of stereotypes. Wild stuff that'll probably be au courant a few years from now. " - Midwest Record
"Brooklyn Elegy further fanned the flames of this softening of my once cold musical heart. It reminded me that certain styles of music can peacefully co-exist and turn out some pretty lasting and meaningful tunes." - Divide and Conquer Blog
"In any case, this tight little band draws on rock, pop, gospel and blues for a series of performances with a distinct contemporary New York edge....This short, solid album could have what it takes for a breakthrough..." - Doug Ramsey, Rifftides
Kevin Gallagher of WPKN (89.5FM) in Bridgeport, Connecticut interviews John Gray of the Jazz Thieves here.
Joe Dimino of Neon Jazz (KCXL 102.9 FM / 1140 AM) in Liberty, Missouri interviews John Gray of the Jazz thieves here.
Lorens Chuno of the Doing Art Podcast, based in New York City, interviews John Gray of The Jazz Thieves here.
The Jazz Thieves were featured in the December edition of the Jukebox Podcast.
The Jazz Intersection podcast featured The Jazz Thieves in their November edition, check it out here.