"Blends roots with the rock side of Americana...delivers meaningful lyrics amidst earworm worthy melodies."
- Matt Bjorke (RoughStock)
(Deemer)'s quite the distinctive singer-songwriter. With a signature style akin to some great Americana artists such as the late Robert Hazard, Marc Cohn, John Hiatt, Joe Henry, John Wesley Harding, the late Willie DeVille & Canada’s Tom Wilson – he has a deep resounding vocal that’s instantly attractive.
-John Apice (Americana Highways)
(Deemer) "combines an east coast veracity reminiscent of Springsteen, Craig Finn and Steve Earle where stories ring true and you can visualize the sweat of the protagonists through the hardworking songs."
- Glide Magazine
Album Review- World Upside Down
"A rich musical landscape in which the strings and drums soar freely, as does the occasional harmonica. The resulting sounds are impressively uplifting..."
-Josh Weiner (Atwood Magazine)
"The song, 'Rain' is an anthemic and uplifting rocker which celebrates the redemptive power of love. And rock and roll – never forget rock and roll."
-Jonathan Aird (Americana UK)