“We thought you were superb. Having seen Tom Petty a few weeks before he died we can say how accurate your tribute is. Looking forward to seeing you again!” – Dennis O’Gara.
“Petty Criminals are absolutely brilliant! These guys are completely professional. They sound so authentic and look look the part. Covering all the big hits and the lesser known songs. All with a Great stage show and real presence. If you’re looking for a tribute act – look no further. They are the best.” – Marc Smith.
“The Petty Criminals smashed the evening and rocked the audience with some pretty or should I say Petty special covers of this great band Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers! The attention to musical detail was superb – the musicianship first class but oh those backing vocals and harmonies took the songs and tribute to another level. These guys picked up that the Heartbreakers didn’t just rock with the hardest but vocally harmonised with the best be that Howie or Scott. The crowd were bouncing and as a lifelong TPHB fan I would recommend you hear and go see these guys for a brilliant night and soak up Tom Petty’s great songwriting legacy!” – Terry Phillips.
“Absolutely excellent and made me revisit Tom Petty material which seems to have passed me by previously. Go see them – a very tight band.” – Dave Millner.
“Great choice of songs, really well played and sung. Looking forward to seeing this band again.” – Paul Donatantonio.
“The audience loved this band who played two memorable sets finishing the second with three Tom Petty classics – Running Down A Dream, Free Fallin’ and American Girl.” – Colin Fenn. Read the full review on the stalbanslife website.
“Great band, great sound.” – Gareth Davies.
“A classy act and a great, professional sound. To see a band of this calibre is just brilliant.” – John Harvey.
“A brilliant show by a brilliant band playing brilliant music. The crowd were totally behind the band from the first song. Anyone who loves Tom Petty needs to see them.” – Gary Ross.
“Tom would be proud! Sound great. You’re the best.” – Judy Calvery.