"It’s easy to recognize a Dylan influence with Coyne’s generally roughshod, half-spoken delivery, but every once in a while he’ll nail you with some sonorous falsetto in perfect pitch just to make you wonder where the hell it came from.”
Cal Roach AV Club Milwaukee
"...his guitar set high on his chest, constantly keeping the crowd entertained with his exuberance on stage and banter in between songs. This is obviously a multi-talented group with many instruments and surprises up their sleeve."
Anne Conway Local Playlist
“[Myles Coyne & The Rusty Nickel Band] "performs with smooth guitar licks, soulful harmonica solos, and haunting melodies"”
Volume One - Volume One
"Myles Coyne & The Rusty Nickel Band has the beautifully misleading appearance of cacophony..." "...Coyne captured the attention of the audience with his Dylan-like style and folk rock presence. Overall, the band made movement with sound and the toe-tapping, foot-stomping rhythms..."
Stephanie Fischer - Innocent Words
"Folky tunes and skilled harmonica solos..."
Urbagrarian.com (Madison Music Blog)
"For those who sometimes tire of cross-genre mixing and matching, Myles Coyne & The Rusty Nickel Band are worth a listen. Unabashed folk rock, this Milwaukee outfit, headed by, yes, Myles Coyne, frolics along with warbling guitars, wandering rhythms and a whole lot of harmonica. And wouldn’t you know, the band’s purity is actually quite refreshing." View Article
Loud Loop Press
"Myles Coyne has made a name for himself as of recent due to his workmanship and vigilance in promotion. He has had his foot in the door for sometime, drawing crowds in a number of states in the Midwest. His style sits between tried-and-true musical traditions and varied experimentation, eased along with poppy sensibilities."
"Upbeat and folky, skilled harmonica..."
"Myles Coyne’s EP is my perfect soundtrack for a drive down state and through central Illinois. The sound is natural, light, and pure..."