"Through much of the '80s and early '90s, the Redeemers had a head start on both the L.A. cow-punks and the later 'insurgent country' cats with their heady blend of rock and country and punk. Songwriter/frontman Mark Mansfield is the real deal
. . . ." Eric Brace, WASHINGTON POST
"Mark Mansfield is one of the only songwriters around to effortlessly stretch rock to its R&B and C&W roots while remaining engagingly melodic as the early Beatles."
Robert Hull, CREEM
"hillbilly, and garage moves wrapped around great original songs"
Joe Sasfy, CITY PAPER
"The Redeemers succeed on the same level that the first Romantics album did by evoking that early British invasion (pre-psychedelia) feel into their music. But they go further than the Romantics by also touching on garage-rock, '60s bubblegum and soul. Bobby Fuller Four, Booker T. and the MG's, the Dave Clark Five and the Knickerbockers come to mind . . . . Three live tracks show that the Redeemers are no mere retro-studio band . . . they can cut it live! The Redeemers play with infectious abandon . . . !"
Propelled by a '60's garage organ blitz and vocals, along with dual guitar attack on Rick and Strat,The Redeemers have rocked the Washington, DC, club circuit since 1987. "She Rocks 'n' Rolls All Night & Day" is their first recording as a group since the 1989 debut LP
The title track, "She Rocks 'n' Rolls All Night & Day"
and "High School Love" were recently selected for inclusion on LITTLE STEVEN'S GARAGE ROCK INVASION! THE BEST OF LITTLE STEVEN'S CAVESTOMP! GARAGE ROCK BAND SEARCH VOLUME 1 produced by LITTLE STEVEN and THE WIZ.