The Jukebox Taught Me CD
“An excellent reminder
of what real country music sounds like.”
"Those who need
schoolin’ in the classics of country music will find here some lessons
not offered in Nashville."
Take the Fifth CD
"I'll Take The
Fifth deserves a prime position
in the CD collection of any true country music fan..."
strong tunes and solid performances,
Dallas Wayne proves that in addition to
"It makes for a great
listen. There is a bit of something for everyone,
People are Talking about Dallas...
case anyone forgot what country music sounds like, search no further."
has one of the best honky-tonk voices in America today... If Nashville
still valued grit and twang this guy would be a major star."
"Everything about Dallas Wayne is big --
his size, his deep voice, his musical scope and vision."
telling you, this old boy should be in the f***ing Country Music Hall
"In a field where mimics abound, Dallas
Wayne blazes his own trail."
"With his deep,
rich voice ... Dallas Wayne stands alongside the likes of Dale Watson and Wayne Hancock as one of the premier
standard-bearers in contemporary honky-tonk music." ~ CD Universe
Dallas Wayne is to hardcore honky-tonk what 110 proof corn whiskey is
to hard liquor. Wayne's sterling originals … shine with exquisite
hillbilly wit and poetry." ~ Bob
"Commercial country's loss is insurgent country's gain." ~ Buzz McClain, The Washington Post
I’m Your Biggest Fan CD
“The fact that Dallas Wayne, one bodacious
country singer/songwriter, is still laboring in semi-obscurity is a
“Wayne continues to write songs that
better-known players in the world of country music should bow before.”
“This is a disc that every lover of real country
music will want in their collection.”
"...Wayne and his deep, rich voice are like
old friends you want to make sure you invite to your party."
“… a reason to celebrate, since there aren't
many country singers this good nowadays.”
Touch My Heart: A Tribute to Johnny Paycheck
"This one would
be worth it just for the fine-form George Jones take on 'She's All I
"... and the
great Dallas Wayne's stirring tremolo on 'I Did the Right Thing' ..."
"Dallas Wayne fits perfectly in the
Paycheck tradition of pure honky-tonk."
I Am in Dallas CD
brand of honky-tonk is strong and durable, making Here I Am in Dallas
easily one of the most enjoyable country albums of the year." ~ Kurt
Wolff, No Depression
an irony in Wayne's cover of Faron Young's 'Here I Am in Dallas'...
Here he is, indeed, and country music is so much better for it."
~ Brian Baker, Country Standard Time
his rich baritone acquires a beer-soaked twang, the attitude seems
earned, not borrowed."
tough to follow up a critically acclaimed record like Wayne's 2000
HighTone release Big Thinkin', but Here I Am in Dallas shows he's
definitely up to the challenge." ~ William
Michael Smith, RockzillaWorld
plays reverent, hardcore honky tonk, and this is another strong
release… Genuine stuff indeed." ~
Erik Hage, All Music Guide
the first notes on Here I Am in Dallas, (he) decries country music's
wayward ways with a deep and soulful voice." ~
Justin Hopper, Pittsburgh City Paper
a burlier-sounding Randy Travis -- stripped of varnish and steeped in
the hard-twang influence of Buck Owens and Merle Haggard -- and you'll
have some sense of the rough-hewn gem that is Dallas Wayne." ~
Don McLeese, Amazon.com
"This collaboration ... is a blast.
Tough, witty, reverent and sad, Big Thinkin' is big country."
"One of the best country albums of the
year. Wayne and Fulks can turn a phrase as well as Hank Cochran. Big
Thinkin' is that good."
Thinkin' is much needed relief for
alt-country… proof that authentic country is alive and well."
"Classic roadhouse sound… Flat-out
vocal performances for the ages."
"A big dose of real honky-tonk… a
welcome respite from the utterly banal Nashville hatboys."
"…a real winner… the Bakersfield
twang of Buck Owens and the grit of Merle Haggard."
"A terrific, honest record. True
honky-tonk." ~ The Onion, Madison, WI
"Not since Merle Haggard and Tammy
Wynette were washed up on shore by Hurricane Garth has country music
sounded this authentic." ~ Chris Jorgensen, The
Gazette, Billings, MT
"You truly believe the guy could put a
restaurant menu to music and make it sound great. This is easily one
of the best discs I've listened to all year. A new force to be dealt
with in country music." ~ Christopher Thelen, The Daily Vault
Thinkin' is the breath of fresh air
that fans of real country music have been craving."
"Dallas Wayne has the right kind of
voice to put this stuff back on the radio. Hard-core honky-tonk."
~ Blue Suede News
"His floor-rumbling low notes recall
singers like Vern Gosdin and John Anderson -- in timeless honky-tonk
that ranges in mood from barn burning to tear-jerking." ~ Peter
Margasak, The Chicago Reader
"Dallas Wayne: A newcomer today, one of
tomorrow's greats." ~ Musicnet
"In a world of pretenders ... Dallas
Wayne is the real deal." ~ Michael Ross, Amazon.com
"This guy has talent to burn."
~ Big John Howell's Big Picks, US99 radio
"… a voice that hovers somewhere
between the dusky tones of Waylon Jennings and the stylistic flair of
George Jones ... a true country singer." ~ Rob
Patterson, CD Now
"Conjures memories of George Jones,
Merle Haggard, Buck Owens and Waylon Jennings… this is a hard-core
country experience." ~ John F. Butland, Toast
"Wayne's barroom weepers and roadhouse
stompers are a breath of fresh air."
"You want country? This guy is
hard-core, undiluted roadhouse country."
"Wayne has a voice that was made to sing
real country … His traditionalism is darn refreshing."
"There has to be a place in music for
someone who honors, understands and continues valued traditions. Meet
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