Press / Reviews
"There is something very intoxicating about Keith's songs. I'm a big fan of not only the music I've worked on with him, but his previous recordings I first heard a couple years ago."
Joe Beck, Award winning Writer/Producer/Artist/ Co-founder of Songwriting University
" The Rayburn Brothers are an excellent band with amazing vocal harmonies!"
Bob Prikazsky, El Vaquero Winery
"The next time you want to hear an album with pristine production just pop in Back To California by Rayburn Brothers Band. Everything from the guitars to the drums to the vocals fit
perfectly in their own pocket. Production and recording quality are important factors when assessing an album but above all else it needs to have substantial songs, which have some sort of
emotional impact. I’m happy to say that Back To California also succeeds in that department as well."
Ted Rogen, Equal Ground, Indie Band Reviews
"The Rayburn Brothers Band takes the art of great songwriting, mixes it with tasteful musicianship, and delivers it with a fun and buoyant energy that’s equal parts Americana, rock, folk and country. The spirit in their music is fun, infectious and genuine — and it’s delivered with a heartfelt respect to the timeless songwriters in California’s rich history. "
Andy Zenczak ~ Producer, Gadgetbox Studios, Santa Cruz, winner of the Gail Rich Award
"... a rough-hewn folk-rock sound that evokes the wild vistas of the West." -
Wallace Baine, Santa Cruz Sentinel
Te Propongo" was voted one of the Best Americana songs of 2013 by Shotgun Majors, DJ at KRVM Radio in Eugene, Oregon
Shotgun Majors ~ KRVM Radio
"Greg Brown meets Neil Young"
Tim Price, Producer
"Who isn't a fan of brothers singing and playing together since childhood? Craig and Keith continue to thrive with prolific songwriting, backing from a solid band and beautifully woven harmonies. They bring to their audience a lasting listening
experience. Hats off to their new release "Back to California"... Sharon Allen
" ... has the expansiveness of the west and the desert ... a cross between Jackson Brown meets Neil Young."
Keith Greeninger, singer-songwriter
"The Rayburns are a cadence of the country rock of the 70's."
John Gjalteme, Altcountry