Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

RURAL DELIVERY, BOB BUNCE..... While songs like "Giddy Up" carry a jug band sensibility of the 60's, Bunce isn't afraid to shove aside the gentle mandolins for some Alman Brothers southern blues guitar. It's a mission statement when Bunce sings, "Wide open spaces get wider each day." Bunce has a good woman. " She trims my beard and keeps my tractor clean." But times are otherwise tough in his rural landscape. " We ate yesterdays lunch, a couple weeks ago," he moans. At lest he has the distraction of characters prone to attention getting antics : "Get off the table Mable, you ain't the reason that we're here."

CITYNEWSPAPER - Rochester, NY

BOB BUNCE (singer songwriter) - You can call him Mr Matter-o-fact, Mr Tell-it-like it should be, or you could stick with just plain old Bob Bunce. This rootsy songwriter lives off the grid and plays off the grid. With a gentle honesty guitar style that threatens to break out of it's pen, Bunce's music is as enticing as it is thought provoking. He's folksy without being too folky, and the man can rock too. Just dig his new platter, "Rural Delivery," and get the newa Jack.

Livingston County News

" The Band is unique and plays all original music written by Bob Bunce. The music is a delightful blend of rock-a-billy, jazz, country, and rock n' roll. We've never heard anything comparable. Gary Holt, Joe Dady, Zak Mendoza, Bob Bunce, Don Christiano and Rita Coulter REALLY do deliver, rural or otherwise."