South Shore based duo, The Keepers, featuring singer-guitarist-harmonica player Bill Cavanaugh and guitarist, bassist-mandolinist-singer Ian Campbell give listeners a healthy dose of good time party music on their 3-song sampler, Bourbon Street. Drummer PJ Drennan weighs in with stellar timekeeping on all three songs while Iain Geddes on concertina & vocals contributes his talents to the CD’s title track, “Bourbon Street.” The Keepers are just the kind of band you want at your outdoor BBQ or festival. Good stuff! [D.S.]
— The Metronoment September 2015
I dunno anything about these dudes, but I like ‘em. And I don’t usually say this but i sorta wish this record was longer. It’s pleasantly slurry drunk-rock, rootsy and loose, with a slight ‘60s psych edge and backporch country vibe. The title track has some tasty mandolin and accordion, and even though I usually hate accordions (I mean, who doesn’t?) it works fine here. This is low-anxiety rock ‘n’ roll, man. It’s not out to hassle you. So, you know, pour something semi-poisonous in a mason jar and wile away a sunny afternoon with The Keepers. (Sleazegrinder)
— The Noise - Sept 2015