"419 North" by the though-provoking Butch Castetter is an honest collection of Americana rock tunes. Engaging lyrics that convey hope in the midst of tough life experiences make this CD well worth the listen! "Tell Me Some Good New" perhaps demonstrates this lyrical appeal most. Venting his frustration with all the negativity the media throws at us, Butch makes a fervent cry for us to focus on the positive things in life. Butch's passionate vocals coupled with superior musicianship are yet more reasons to travel down "419 North." The catchy, blues-reminiscent electric guitar riffs of "Big Brother" and the "Ideas of March" demonstrate the great instrumental hooks and vocally commanding choruses that bring these tunes to life! Polished with crisp, skillful production, "419 North" hits a home-run! Fans of adult alternative bands such as Counting Crows and honest Americana rock with a savory taste of southern flavor will absolutely love these songs!
-Xavier P. and RadioIndy