“Americana’s new golden boy.” - Paste

“An appealing blend of understated vocals and thoughtful lyrics that translates well to an acoustic setting. And it’s also really easy to put on and let play all the way through.” - CMT Edge

“While he had real depth ofsoul on his first album, he shows real soul on this one. And it’s not just the brass he brought in to flesh out the sound. It’s the rare-back-and-let-it-go attitude on songs like the opener, 'Side of the Mountain.’ It is the almost Everly Brothers approach to ‘Different Darkness.’ It is the gospel influence heard on ‘Hurricane Wind.’” - No Depression

“Anderson melds classic Nashville instrumentation, Muscle Shoals flourishes, and West Texas poeticism into a perfectly balanced musical pastiche.” - The Bluegrass Situation

The Guardian: https://twitter.com/gradywsmith/status/794663714914004992

"His adept folksy songwriting and never-fail sense of humor took him from a local festival staple to a full-time Tennessee troubadour. His earnest lyrics, sincere, rich baritone vocals and simple acoustic guitar stylings find him trailing a long wake of critical praise."

-C-ville Weekly