CODY BROOKS FIRST WORLD PROBLEMS
CODY BROOKS captures it all…ALTERNATIVE ROCK, INDIE ROCK, PUNK BLUES ROCK artist! Back porch rock & roll. Gutbucket blues. Gypsy jazz. Cody Brooks plays it all, whipping up a raw, rootsy racket with help from a 1929 B&J Victoria parlor guitar and a voice that’s as wild and roughhewn as the Tennessee backwoods. Jack White meets Tom Waits. – Rolling Stone
Cody Brooks is a legend on the rise and “Snake In The Kitchen” is just more evidence that he’s willing and able to close that deal. – Rock and Blues Muse
‘First World Problems’ possesses several ounces of Captain Beefheart’s patented branding gears vocal inflection without the lunacy – Americana Highways
The musicianship can be quirky but has an excitable Tom Waits oeuvre. Propulsive with an urgency that will tingle the pores and curl the fuzz in navels.
– Americana Highways
Cody Brooks plays a 1929 B&J Victoria parlor guitar and has a voice that transcends way beyond his twenty something years – American Blues Scene
A ten-track album that showcases Brooks ability to change your mood and mindset song after song… – Music Matters