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Genres You Will Love
Folk: Folk Blues Moods: Mood: Brooding Blues: Folk-Blues Folk: Alternative Folk Blues: Blues-Rock

By Location
United States - Ohio United States - United States

Links
MySpace page Reverbnation Page For Tony Rybka Twitter Page For Tony Rybka Facebook Music Page

Tony Rybka

“From the downhome blues of Uglier to the stellar songwriting of And the Rain Came Down, Tony Rybka is a musical treasure! ”
- Greg Leatherman

“Review By: Jose Gonzalez Tony Rybka is a folksy blues writer, and his album “ Walking back to Heaven” keeps that tone. Songs like “ My 666th Dream”, “The Birthday Song” just has that blues attitude with its steady beat, and classic guitar playing. Tony Rybka also slows things down, and changes the tempo with “I’ll get over you”, “ Since The Angels Called”, and the darker/sorrowful side of blues is given. The lyrics are what makes this album, because you get Tony’s story, and you can feel what he has gone through. ”
- Jose Gonzalez, KTSW 89.9 FM

“Hi Tony, Well, it has taken me awhile but I recently listened to your CD "Walking Back to Heaven." You sent it to me a while back. It's very, very good. I think you would be good on the radio! I plan on playing a few cuts, probably "666" "Train" and "Blame." ”
- Steve Traina (Steve's Folk Show: Saturday 9 to11 am on WCSB Cleveland 89.3 FM)

“I wanted to let you know that WOZQ 91.9FM is adding Walking Back to Heaven to its rotation for airplay. Thanks for sending this to us!”
- Thealexa Becker ... Music Director WOZQ 91.9 FM

“I’m loving your cd as much as I thought I would. Your music is intoxicating - romantic sometimes, nostalgic in places, the images evocative. The lyrics are pure poetry, but poetry that rolls out easily and doesn’t try too hard. The singing is powerful, the chord changes just right, all the talent top-notch. I can identify with these songs, feel like I’ve lived them... ”
- RM from Austin, TX

“Fantastic rockin' bluesy folk tunes, Tony. I'm tappin' my toes and listening to your words. Great job! From a fellow folkie, -"Uglier" is a great song, Tony. Ben Aaron”

“Oh, one more thing: During Friday's show I made the argument that modern, indie-folk singer Tony Rybka was "Dylanesque", and I even ventured to argue that he was "better than Bob Dylan". I would encourage you to engage in a hearty debate with me by googling Rybka, listening to his music, and judging for yourself. You in? ”
- DJ CelticED (Edward Burke) WWPV 88.7 FM “The Mike”,

“dig the blues/folk sound you got going on there; music/vocs are good; contemp blues i would say? very very good; itunes should serve you well...'666/dream' is my fav; 'waiting on a train' adef/'what can i say?' makes me smile; i can relate...'a woman like you' makes me think of a band & a basement; scotch tape; MANY THANKS; MUSIC IS GOOD ”
- JS from somewhere in CA

“Hello Tony, I'm Rachell. Listening to WHEN WE GET OLD...yup...I can hear your bones creaking LOL! So tell me...how does such a sad song make me feel so good?! I love this song and can't wait to listen to your other tracks...your voice is so easy...great guitar picking...much talent...

“Tony Rybka Walking Back to Heaven Mission to Moab Records review by Daddo If James Taylor did blues, with a little bit of pop backing, it might sound like this. If this sounds great to you, please to enjoy the entire disc. If not . . . well, track #6 “Waitin’ on a Train” is pretty good. http://reviews.wruv.org/2012/12/walking-back-to-heaven/ WRUV Reviews ”