Press

Gentleman Road was a little bit of a surprise for me…

 By: Dr. Jack Bishop WJKO Radio
“when I first met Scott , he was playing jazz. However, I remembered that he was a pivotal member of The Tremors with Parker Nusbickel and that was a sassy country flavored band. This CD seems to be a continuation of what he was trying to do with them. My favorite is “Love About Music” because it tells my story.

Listen to Gentleman Road for some great alt-country

By: Gary Schwind  AXS Contributor Jan 3, 2015

“No matter what you think about the term alt-country, Gentleman Road is really a master of the style. “Buick Century” is a great example. On the one hand, this song is reminiscent – mostly in the harmonies – of Bob Dylan. On the other hand, it’s hard not to think about bands like Old 97s and 500 Miles To Memphis when you hear this song. It definitely has a punk rock aspect, but at the same time it has some serious twang – especially in the steel guitar.”

 

Ottawa native brings back music from Hollywood

Posted: Wednesday, August 6, 2014 11:18 pm | Updated: 8:16 am, Fri Aug 8, 2014.

Gentleman Road released their debut album “Fireflies and Gasoline,” on July 24. The album feature music from former Ottawa resident, Scott Woeckel.

 

 

Review – Fireflies & Gasoline – EP 

by Rickard Holmgren 

“Gentleman Road releases a nice little country EP with Fireflies & Gasoline. It is recorded without the help of computors, which is always a nice change-up from all the electronic music you hear today.”

 

 

Gentleman Road-Fireflies & Gasoline Review