The Love Show

by Dan Hubbard and the Humadors

Released 2011
Released 2011
Smoking guitar licks, crisp country, blues overtones, high energy harmonies all over “The Love Show.” "In an alternate universe, all country-rock is this vital and satisfying." - Oklahoma Gazette

"These are the songs that make you want to crank the volume and go for a drive. Just don’t set the iPod on repeat or you may never come back." -

"Syrup-on-hot-oatmeal nice. If you’re planning a trip to the heartland, keep an eye out for one of their shows – they look to be awfully rejuvenating." – San Diego Entertainer

"Don’t let “The Love Show” pass you by. The music is only shown up by the lyrics." – Katie Darby Recommends

"Nothing flashy here, just good American rock and roll." - Dagger Zine

"The match of light fun music that also describes dark events is completely inappropriate while simultaneously perfect." - Secret Note

"This one's (The Love Show) worth seeking out" - In Tune Magazine

"a no-nonsense group that is a perfect compliment in a time in history that’s full of nonsense." - This is Book's Music

"There are several songs about people coping with life’s challenges on The Love Show, the latest collection of well-crafted Midwestern rock from Dan Hubbard & The Humadors. A husband consoles his wife about their economic woes on the acoustic “We’ll Be Fine,” while the guy in the rocking “Beautiful Bar” finds relief in a few beers. “Don’t Take Me Now” and “All I Want Is You” are prime examples of Hubbard’s gift for creating engaging love songs." - Illinois Entertainer

"Dan Hubbard’s approach is unadulterated roots rock without all the showy excess of today’s major label acts." - Power Popaholic