Son of a Gun
'New Orleans-based cut-ups Pete Sturman and Paul Cowgill sing about being queer and here with so much wit and humor, it's a shame they haven't gotten a shot at a much bigger market.' - Tom Laskin, Isthmus (Madison, WI) 'For those who haven't heard these guys, they are a head-on collision of country and western and smoky cabaret. They are the kind of weird, weird fusion group that only New Orleans could spawn and their original tunes are oh-so-goofy and supremely satisfying...These guys are entertainers first and foremost, and should you choose to check them out, you will not be disappointed.' - Chris Davis, The Memphis Flyer 'Not only is the music an assured and sophisticated folk-rock update of Kingston Trio harmonies and Leonard Cohen frankness, but the tunes have a surprising emotional depth that would seem to be contradicted by the singers' campy queer humor.' - Peter S. Scholtes, Minneapolis City Pages 'Pistol Pete's brilliant wordplay - at his best, he's on par with Seuss and Sondheim - doesn't get any better than 'Evolution of Love.' With it's internal rhymes and nimble rhythms, the tune is an infectious, three-minute masterpiece.' - Web Behrens, Philadelphia Gay News.