Eaton's songwriting has been heralded throughout his career and even landed him a slot with the Drifters opening for BOB DYLAN. KINGSIZEMAYBE showcases Eaton's knack for writing hook-laden tunes with a story that grabs your attention right out of the gate. Fans of THE BAND, CRAZY HORSE and THE ROLLING STONES will appreciate the way Kingsize maybe mix just the right amount of garage into their country. With four voices in the band, their sweet harmonies would do Manuel and Danko proud. What the critics are saying: 'Kingsize maybe are loaded with country heart, garage soul and plenty of flat out git-it rock & roll. The result is a drastically freewheeling set that ranges from songs with evocative, semi-surreal imagery to full-bore, knock-down rave ups, all delivered with a libertarian disregard for both PC convention and audience expectation that makes for a refreshingly honest, purely musical approach.' Inland Empire Weekly 'Eaton crafts deceptively simple stories that are often deeply moving, especially Dallas, with it's soul-stirring, Stax-y crescendos and enigmatic lyrics that allude to the first Kennedy assassination through a sequence of palpably Southern evocations.' Los Angeles Weekly.
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