“These days, I’m intrigued to here anything Kenny Siegal sends my way. He’s as passionate, raw and uniquely himself as anyone I’ve known. He doesn’t send me much but I’m glad he sent this. I’m diggin’ the Greenbeans sound and look forward to hearing more from them. “
– Langhorne Slim

“Unfettered jubilation and an intriguing balance of unspoiled country bumpkin music-making with a natural ear for an instantly memorable, dare I say, commercial hook make the Greenbeans the sort of band that could have the world beating a path to the mother and father of all parties that they presumably spark around Lake Placid”
– Rob Adams, The Herald (Scotland)

“An upbeat sound reminiscent of fresh-faced 60s pop, but with downhome country elements and a punk-y edge. Their deceptively simple songs soon get their hooks into you – and they have one of the best names ever!”
– Sandy Semeonoff, Celtic Music Radio

“They have a tell-tale Hibernian life force coursing through their veins – the same blood group that powered The Saw Doctors, Circa 1992…and all the unbridled energy of The Avett Brothers, of ten years ago”
– John Lees, Maverick magazine

“It’s heartening to know that there’s still an outlet for raw talent, which when kick-started by youthful energy and applied to good tunes, results in the type of joyful punchy three-minute earworms produced by The Greenbeans”
– R2 magazine writer, David Innes

“Siblings making memorable music together is not a new phenomenon – The Everly, Avett and Felice Brothers spring gleefully to mind: but their ranks are sure to be enhanced very soon by The Greenbeans from Upstate New York with their joyous, sparkling mix of folk tales and tunes”
– Mike Ritchie, Celtic Music Radio