Review from A.V. Club [Madison, WI]

“… road-ramblin’ folk songs clatter with quickly plucked banjo and agreeable, gritty lyrics about railroads, crawdads, and the like.” — The A.V. Club [Madison, WI]

Review from Isthmus [Madison, WI]

“Straddling the boundary between punk rock and mountain music, Bemis is known for taking traditional songs most people have never heard and adapting them in ways that are both inventive and memorable.”  — The Isthmus [Madison, WI]

“Andru Bemis: Modern Mountain Man”

By Carly Stingl, from Emmie Magazine, Vol X Issue 2, Winter 2008 “When I was 14 all my friends made fun of me, ’cause I wore kickers [sic] instead of jeans just like Huck Finn.” Andru Bemis’ twangy folk voice croons these words on his 2002 album, Plays Past His Bedtime, from the song “Huck Finn,”…