NO DEPRESSION says "it's Patsy Cline meets Elvis Costello .... singer Jeanne Sinclair, who pulls double duty on a Gretsch lap steel and twangy hollowbody, packs non-stop cry-me-a-river, yet somehow still wicked-slick diddlys into wayward tunes about needed whiskey to make it through. ... With a name like The Whiptails, you'd expect nothing less than a band that can ramble with the best of 'em and boy can they, but they sure can waltz too. ... this trio is heading for higher ground." Back home in Texas, the San Marcos Local News says "They'll rip up the place good and proper. ... The Whiptails are trio that has a country/rockabilly edge [but] what happens is strictly their own sound, and they are really fun to hear ... you'll find yourself wanting more." The Whiptails live in the river towns of New Braunfels and San Marcos, just off I-35 in Central Texas, close to several of the world's greatest honky-tonks. Named for long-tailed, desert-roaming, good-timing Texas lizard, The Whiptails are coming soon to a speakeasy or hootenanny near you!