Press


enterprisenews_logo "Boston acoustic bluesman Jeremy Lyons. . . is the real deal and well worth hearing." -- Jay N. Miller, The Patriot Ledger
whereyat "The fluid finger picking and searing slides set the swinging rhythm ablaze. The resulting sound is thick with tradition, yet somehow refreshing and unconventional." -- Beaux Whalen, Where Y'at Magazine
bostonHerald "His down-home yet elegant way with traditional material is a tonic." -- Boston Herald
bluesRevue "Lyons has a light, fleet touch, and though his approach is subtle, he’s a great player… He’s fast, but he’s passionate, too, and his playing has a depth that’s oozed up from the grime of the New Orleans streets he’s called home…" -- Hal Harowitz, Blues Revue
timesPicayune Lyons Jeremy Lyons has built a reputation as a top-drawer interpreter of blues and rockabilly classics, an engaging storyteller in his his own right, and one of the most mesmerizing slide guitarists on the circuit.” -- Stephanie Grace, The Times-Picayune, New Orleans
whereyat “Jeremy Lyons & the Deltabilly Boys have the rare ability to do justice to classic music without overdoing it.” -- Where Y’At Magazine
bluesAccess “For a three piece band of guitar, stand-up bass, and drums – augmented occasionally by harmonica and accordion – they kick up a hellacious dancing groove that all the nouveau swing bands would shave their goatees to possess.” -- David Kunian, Blues Access
“Lyons and his band exude an easy-going atmosphere that makes you pine for a swing porch and a glass of lemonade.” -- Rod Harmon, The Herald, Tampa, FL
radioVoce “An unusual mixture of blues, country music and rockabilly… that strange but fascinating and intriguing territory where apparently different musical worlds meet without colliding and above all without any sort of prejudice. There's something reminding me those glorious times when it was just music, with no distinction between white and black music, and this is great, even because the Deltabilly Boys also have developed a very distinctive sound so that their own version of well-known songs are different from everything else around.” -- Massimo Ferro, Radio Voce Spazio, Alessandria, Italy