“The album kicks of with the light-minded “It’s a Lie,” which immediatly spreads a happy atmosphere, presented with a sense of humor. “Old Joe Clark” is another hillbilly tune with a nice mandolin picking, “Froggy Went a-Courtin'” is the band’s rendition of the well-known folk song that has so many other names and lyrical variations. “Poison Ivy” certainly takes the band into the popular music direction and they do a nice job on this Coasters’ hit from 1959.”
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Bluegrass Unlimited reviews The Rubber Knife Gang’s Drivin’ On
A fifty cent lighter and a Whiskey Buzz reviews RKG’s Drivin’ On
“Unlike their namesake novelty cutlery, this band brings a sharp edge to their sound that was honed through countless weekend jam sessions.”