There are southern gothic and Pentecostal country hues to the effort as a whole. Kirk’s growing vocals fit the feel like a glove. In many respects, “Pine Box” occupies the territory as Appalachian old-time traditional “Shady Grove.” It’s a little more bare bones though with Kirk and company just adding accents of the fiddle and a foot-stomper rhythm that feels just as much a reflective Sunday morning as it does rowdy Saturday night.”

Tom Mooney, New Slang

pine box - song and video review

"...as soon as the countrified vocals (and my they are classically trained in C&W) take control this brings us back down that dusty road and the warmth of the homestead. This is inch perfect country, hard to fault in fact." - Mp3hugger, review of Loud Mouth Young Boy title track. 

"...brimming with fiddle, steel and bass on ten songs - honest and emotional - centered around love, family, and faith..." - The Daily Country, album review of Loud Mouth Young Boy.