"Mama’s Love’s music is syncopated rock that tends to seamlessly flow from one song into the next with strong guitar licks, good melodies and smooth, yet smoky vocals. Their sound has a late 60′s and 70′s classic rock feel to it and evokes memories of a better time in musical history."  -  Music News Nashville

"'Suzanna' is the song The Doobie Brothers need to release now to be relevant."  -  Flagpole

“From the sawdust floor shuffle of ‘Texas Truckstop Boogie’... to some serious hooks that catch your attention within the first few seconds, Mama’s Love proves its affection for unadulterated, hairy-chested rock and roll while adding a few new steps to the playbook, too.” - Flagpole
“Mama’s Love sports a comfortable, classic sound that contains memories of a purer time in rock.” -Red & Black

“Splicing electric guitar chords and rock vocals within a mostly funk set is what separates these men from the boys – it’s all about reinventing old influences.” -Creative Loafing

"Everything I've been dying to witness in The Classic City. The vocal harmony was amazing -- these guys all joined in singing their joyful southern tunes. It was clear by the way these artists watched each other jam that they are in it for the music alone." - Groove Monger

“Right away you sense the comfort of a southern twang, without being overbearingly country, mixed with creative rock riffs and poetic, but fun, lyrics.” - BreakThru Radio

"Their ode to a fictitious bluesman, “Long Willie Jackson,” sounds like a Steely Dan re-write of “The Ballad of Curtis Lowe.” - Metromix Greenville

“It is with great delight that I share with you one of Athens town favorites, Mama's Love. I have been lucky enough to catch them a few times around the scene in Athens, and can't express enough my love for this band. With roots in rock, funk, and soul, these guys always put on a high energy show.” - Circle of Sounds