Down East Boys: Media Love


There is no denying the Down East Boys are underrated when folks start naming the best quartets traveling today.

Carol Lawson, Absolutely Gospel

This is definitely a project you will want to get.

Southern Gospel Journal

Suffice to say that if you like good quartet singing, but the Down East Boys have been off your radar for the last few years, it’s time to boot your radar up again.

Steve Eaton, SoGospelBackRow

Beyond The Blue is a great mix of up tempo, medium tempo and slower tempo songs.  One of the best up tempo tracks is the recent single, “If I Know Him”.  It sounds like a Rodney Griffin song right from the start.  Rodney got some co-writing help from Joseph Habedank on this particular song.

Timothy Yap, Hallels

Victorian preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon was quoted to say, “When you speak of heaven, let your face light up… when you speak of hell, your everyday face will do.”  When Down East Boys sing of heaven in the title track of their brand new Sonlite Records release “Beyond the Blue,” the speakers light up.  Embedded with so much gusto and verve both in the vocal and backing departments, heaven has never been more stunningly alluring.  Though Southern Gospel music is saturated with an overflow of quartet singers, Down East Boys has a dynamic panache that you don’t hear too often.  On “Beyond the Blue” they have packed each and every song with a Godly punch.