Blues Traveler w /Sly Fox and the Hustlers Review
Sly Fox & the Hustlers came on to stage strong and clear, they are a fun band to watch as they are always moving, the only complaint I had is that they weren’t on stage long enough.
Sly Fox & the Hustlers Step Back into the Spotlight
Sly Fox & the Hustlers have been busy in the recording studio, but they’ll be stepping back into the spotlight at 8pm on Thursday (November 21) when they bring their soulful blues-rock sounds to the Upstate Concert Hall in Clifton Park, opening for harmonicat John Popper and his jam-band faves Blues Traveler.
Sly Fox and the Hustlers Turning the Dinosaur BBQ into a Haven for Music.
In the past four years, this band of veterans has pushed its way on to the local music scene with its high-energy shows and equally high-energy debut recording, the seven-song "The Low-Life" EP, released in 2010.
Fresh Tracks in the 518
Sly Fox has quickly become a presence on the live scene and “The Low-Life” is punchy, strutting, aggressive and soulful - a solid taste of what to expect from this powerful combo.
Alive @ 5 Concert Review
"Sly Fox and his band the Hustlers opened (for Burton Cummings of The Guess Who)the evening with some muscular R&B-Funk-Rock"
Live Review of Sly Fox and the Hustlers opening for Burton Cummings (The Guess Who) at Alive @ 5 in Albany NY 7-7-11
"the blues-rock band stuck to their game and delivered solid tunes. With a spunky rhythm section driven by bassist Dylan Storm, and an unlikely dynamic duo out front — Donna Tritico and Sly Fox"
Meet Troy band Sly Fox and the Hustlers
‘You just blew me away. I see five bands a night seven nights a week, and you guys are something special.’”
Sly Fox to showcase at River Street Festival
“You know how they say marijuana is a gateway drug? I think ‘S.U.N.Y. Girl’ is our gateway song.” -Sly Fox
Sly Fox and the Hustlers Hustle Valentine's
The crowd at Valentine's Music Hall and Beer Joint was funkin' last Friday, when Sly Fox and the Hustlers hosted a Friday Night Party
“S.U.N.Y. Girl” by Sly Fox and the Hustlers. I heard this jazzy, swinging, bluesy song, from the Albany-based group Sly Fox and the Hustlers, this morning on 97.7, and I was blown away.
Should Be Quite the Night
If their down and dirty Myspace track “Back In Funk” is any indication, this should be quite the night with deep grooves and growling vocals, enough to steam the windows!
DO THE HUSTLE
You gotta like a band who deliver the goods right out of the gate, and Sly Fox and the Hustlers do just that on their debut EP, The Low-Life.