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  • Todd Mathis of Twangville May 15, 2011
    Savannah Georgia’s The Train Wrecks’ recently released sophomore disc entitled Saddle Up is an alt-country effort that hits all the right spots (Read More)
  • Bill De Young of Connect Savannah March 15, 2011
    “We get loud but we never get bored,” Jason Bible sings in “Tennessee Mare,” the opening track on the Train Wrecks’ just–released second album. That’s a pretty good summation of the entire Train Wrecks experience – raucous and perpetually in overdrive, Savannah’s premiere Americana band is never anything but exciting. The band’s live shows are loud, and by God, you won’t get close to bored. (Read More)
  • March 1, 2010
    The Train Wrecks could very likely be successful in any genre they want. It's a sense of potential that runs through any song of theirs the listener is fortunate enough to experience. (Read More)
  • Todd Mathis of Twangville Feb. 19, 2008
    The Train Wrecks’ debut Whiskey & War is a tight collection of eight originals with three covers thrown in for good measure (Read More)