Photo: Haydn Hart
'Catfish's Broken Man is a good example of the high standard of contemporary British blues-rock...They smoulder, groove and in their own time explode out of the traps with a superbly produced blues-rock album full of well crafted songs and plenty of focussed intensity...Broken Man is essentially their self penned breakthrough album...thoughtful songwriting...booming arrangements, sparkling playing and with enough variety to stand head and shoulders over many of their contemporaries.' Pete Feenstra, Get Ready to Rock
'The hottest band in the country !!!!! Play so tight they squeak !!!''(Kevin Beale, Blues on the Marsh, Channel Radio)
'When BB Sings the Blues EP... 'a captivating release from an immensely talented band and in Matthew Long they clearly have a star of the future in their midst, proving that contemporary Blues is in the safe hands of the next generation.' – Nigel Foster
'Blistering guitar wizardry from Matt Long.' (Alan Glen, Yardbirds).
'Yes, ladies and gentlemen, The Mighty Catfish have arrived. I am not sure I have ever been at a transition gig before, when a working band suddenly makes an indelible mark in the hearts and minds of an entire audience, but that’s what they did. Whilst I am no stranger to these guys, there were a lot of newbies in that room, who are now talking about Catfish and let’s hope that the momentum of public opinion will take these boys to another level. '(Alan Bates)
'Catfish were a stand out band who completely captivated a full room of adoring fans.' (Blues Matters magazine)
'Oh boy. Catfish.....what can I say? Those of you who have seen them may be surprised to hear that some people were talking at the start. Those of you who have seen them will not be surprised to hear that by the end all the attention was towards the stage.....screaming for more. They were sublime. ... Just awesome.' (Haydn Hart)
My top five at Skeggy
5) Catfish ...
'Bloody Brilliant. Band of the festival. Enough said.' (Susan Chamberlain)
'A totally awesome performance which had the whole audience transfixed. ' (Graham Hutton)
Click on the image below to see a video montage from the Broken Man album launch
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