"Danny Craigs voice is haunting. A subtle blend of Black Key's Dan Auerbach and Jack White. Nelson's bass lines couldn't be catchier. Very melodic and always moving, but never ceases to leave Perrin's rhythm. John Perrin can easily be described as one of the most impressive drummers on the scene. With power and drive of Keith Moon, but with a brilliant detail and flourish of Buddy Rich."
-Jesse Greco, Examiner
"All in all a catchy up and coming sound, we’ve got a feeling you won’t be disappointed if you head out to one of these upcoming shows, grab your favorite guy or girl, and roll up your sleeve for The Love Shots."
-Sam Gordon, Reviewsic
"[The Love Shots] really reached way back into time when rock-n-roll was young and very sinful for the soul. Yet, they paired this sound with a slight twist of garage/punk feel in the music. And yes this combination certainly rocked the stage!"
-Southside, Southside On The Town
"These guys can write some songs and they play really well"
-Richard Milne, Local Anesthetic, WXRT
"I would definitely give The Love Shots a listen, especially if you seek to enjoy joy, excitement, depression, anxiety, i.e. all the great feelings in life."
-Josh Cannata, Where it starts... It ends.
"Elgin-based trio Love Shots plays a mix of 1950s doo-wop and melodic punk rock (think the-Miracles-by-way-of-the-Ramones) that they bill "deathwop" — a fitting description for infectious nuggets like "Shutterbug.""
-Andy Downing, Chicago Tribune