Reviews

Abandon Theory

"Don't miss the original tunes dished out in a fushion of folk acoustic rock and reggae. Abandon Theory creates a world of often times humorous lyrics complimented by an exciting groove and funky rhythm. You don't want be the last one to hear about this band!"

 

"Infectious songs created by taking unforgettable lyrics and an honest gritty voice, and placing them over addictive rhythmic grooves. Top it off with some unexpected instrumentation and tasty solos that will keep you wanting more!!"

 

"Abandon Theory literally stopped me in my tracks with their charisma and originality."

 

"They have tones of Primus, Cake, and Violent Femmes, and feels like what it might be if a banjo picker vacationed in Jamaica.  You really need to hear it for yourself!"

 

"It's like drugs with no nasty side affects!"

 

"Why is it assumed we only listen to ONE type of music? Why does every radio station play the same music over and over? When I go to see a band I get bored after a couple songs because everything starts to sound the same! Then I heard Abandon Theory. Not only an amazing northern California band, but also a new concept in music creation!"

 

"Abandon Theory is impossible to label. Each song is played in a different musical style and is also performed in ever-evolving arrangements. Special guests have been known to make unannounced visits to the stage but the guys in Abandon Theory can easily hold their own. Rock, Reggae, Funk, Folk, they mix up an evening like a jukebox on LSD!"

 

"I admire the energy and fun Abandon Theory brings to the table!"

 

"It’s not often that I book an act and enjoy the entire night of music!  Usually after just a few songs everything starts to sound the same, but that is not the case with Abandon Theory.  Because they have such a variety of music, I was able to relax and listen to both sets with interest!  I was not surprised that they were able to get patrons dancing about when others failed miserably to elicit any reaction whatsoever from listeners."

 

"They remind me of a tumble-weed on fire!"