“If Soundgarden had ever needed someone to stand in for [Chris] Cornell, [Phil] could’ve filled in. No question.” – Classic Rock Magazine

“One listen to Small Town Titans’ version [of “You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch”] and you’ll hear that Phil Freeman’s deep baritone and delivery is a perfect fit to capture the spirit of the original. Freeman, who also plays bass for the band, teams with drummer Jonny Ross and guitarist Ben Guiles to put their own fresh take on the track, giving it a bluesy feel with a definite darker vibe.” – Loudwire

“If you ever asked yourself if it’s possible to be weird and still enjoy the holiday spirit, the answer is in this song [“You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch”]. It’s a flashing yes.” – Alternative Press

“The soul of the original song [“You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch] is kept, but the twist that Small Town Titans puts on this classic makes it seem like their version is the original and anything else is actually a cover.” – Concert Crap

“Merging their hard rock roots with dark blues, Small Town Titans’ re-work of “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch” breathes into a classic track the smoldering sonics it deserves.” – Highlight Magazine

“The trio from York, Pa. may have recorded the most menacing cover of this track [“You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch”] we’ve ever heard.” – WRAT 95.9 FM

“Small Town Titans has just released probably the most metal cover I’ve ever heard of “You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch,” and I never thought I’d like another version more than Jim Carrey’s rendition. This certainly gives that version a run for its money.” – Acronym

“Having embraced the new music business model of driving your own train and being passionately active, Small Town Titans are not waiting to be ‘discovered’, no, they have been continuing to grow their online fan base by leaps and bounds.” – Plaza.NG

Small Town Titans Explode Onto the Scene with “Me, Myself, and Monster”

“While many rock bands and critics decry that rock n roll is dead, Small Town Titans, ailing from York, PA, have come to embrace the new music system with a critical awareness of the challenges and advantages, all without losing the gritty edge that defines the genre. Their newest single, “Me, Myself, and Monster” take the retro-experimentation of Highly Suspect and boosts with metal infused testosterone.” – Antihero Magazine

“Small Town Titans are no joke. I would have to say one of the best, if not the best, live acts in Central PA. They hold their own with any national act i’ve seen them open for. Go see them perform.” – Rob Simon – 105.7 The X

HGR CD Review: Small Town Titans by The Professor Jim Price

“From Fight to Flight sounds vibrant, explosive and full. Each song provides its own distinctive twist, while the mix and the band’s presentation maintain a consistency throughout. Small Town Titans deliver an engaging set with From Fight to Flight, and their balance of melody and storminess should win attention and propel them forward.”

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PA Rocks! Band Showcase by Nicole McMillian

“These four musicians created a sound that resonated throughout the bar and kept the excitement level high. This is a band that has as much fun performing as the audience does watching them.”

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Small Town Titans – Artist Spotlight by Mid-Atlantic Rock Reviews

“It was pretty clear from their live set that this was a band we would be seeing more of in the future as the hometown boys thrilled the Harrisburg crowd with their high energy live act.”

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The Thought Lot Rocks the Shippensburg Night Life by Robyn Woodley – The Slate Online

“Small Town Titans emitted large amounts of energy, which demonstrated the passion it has in every note.”

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