Blues Matters Magazine (June/July 1010 Issue #114) "His voice can be deeply resonant and rich or forceful, growl and drive with a hot southern rock edge
Rhys Williams, Blues Blast Magazine, Issue 14-15, 10 April, 2020 "...a variety of different blues-rock styles, from the funky blues of “Long Way Down”, which deals with the harsh economic realities of the modern age, to the high octane rock and roll of “Keep Loving Me” and the sax-soaked soul-blues of “No Damn Good”...Addison himself sings with an endearingly worn and weathered voice and a vocal style that contains hints of his country background, at times recalling the great Billy Joe Shaver......There is an authenticity and deep emotional connection to his voice that makes it very listenable...it is a highly commendable effort that suggests there is plenty more music yet to come from this Virginian. Impressive stuff."
Adrian Blacklee, Blues Matters Magazine, Issue 113, 27 March 2020 “…Ron proves he is a more than a capable Blues vocalist, with a rich tone to his voice…a good mixture of styles throughout this album…all held together by Ron’s commanding vocal and as previously mentioned some excellent musicians… he should not rest on his laurels though, as the promise shown here is sufficient for him to start planning his follow up album.”
Bmans Blues Report, 13 Feb. 2020,"... the most recent release, Testify, from Ron Addison and it's a super debut effort. Opening with title track, Testify, a rumbling blues rocker, vocalist Ron Addison shows real attitude...Ron shows that he's ready for the big times on lead vocal." -
Tom Netherland | Special to the Bristol Herald Courier Aug 27, 2020 "Hear Ron Addison do his boogie woogie live" ....."A retired policeman’s band of soulful prowlers of the blues, Ron Addison and the Tom Cats....