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""Don't Mind If I Do" Review"

"From the Frank Zappa type "Pie Flap" to the stomping Led Zeppelin influenced "Allegiance" on their release Don't Mind If I Do, Munster, Indiana's Groovatron has been making quick inroads on the festival circuit." - Bill Whiting-An Honest Tune Magazine

""Don't Mind If I Do" Review"

"I can’t remember the last time I heard an album this eccentrically diverse...The six members of Groovatron play an impressive array of instruments, and more importantly, they play them really well...there’s not a bad song on the album. My favorite album so far this year. Highly recommended." - Mark Burnell-Jammed Online

"2005 Wakarusa Festival Review"

"Undoubtedly the most significant improvement came in the Campground Stage that lay in the heart of the primary campground. Breakout acts such as Groovatron, Matisyahu, Steel Train, and Pnuma each tore through sets here, providing some of the most impressive music that Wakarusa had to offer."
2005 Wakarusa Festival Review - Chris

"Relix "On the Verge" Feb/March 2002 Issue"

“an exceptionally fine 21st century band…One truly has no idea where the group’s twisted musical path will lead, that is, aside from an innate sense that it’s going somewhere good. Get it on with Groovatron…Highly recommended!”
- Mick Skidmore-Relix Magazine

""Yes Have Some" Review"

"Their songs have direction and purpose, something that traditional jambands often lack."
- Ellen


"Yes Have Some" 2001
"Don't Mind If I Do" 2004
"In the Machine" 2008



Groovatron will rock you, plain and simple. While total schizophrenia and blatant attention deficit disorder might seem like unwanted ailments in modern times, Groovatron embraces these so called disorders to create a form of music that is part funk, part progressive, and all rock. Powered by the thumping bass of Tony Qualls, the rhythmic intensity of Andy Dumaresq and Steve Pesich, the wailing guitars of Marc Quagliara and Nick Ferrer, and the soulful, sultry saxophone of Tony McCullough, this six-headed beast is sure to satisfy the most savage of musical lusts and entertain even the most discerning of fans. To say a Groovatron concert is more like a kick ass rock show is accurate, but that is not the whole story. Bringing together 6 attention hungry 20-somethings with twisted senses of humor has a tendency to instigate some very outlandish theatrics. A Groovatron show is just that, a show. It is an experience to behold, a veritable feast for both the ears and eyes. The members of Groovatron feel that it is important to entertain, as well as rock your socks off. Playing off their desires to entertain, Groovatron has developed a stage show that is constantly evolving. Now, this isn’t some sort of rehearsed play like your high school’s version of the Music Man. The Groovatron stage show can take any number of forms, from synchronized dancing, matching (and sometimes non-matching) costumes, or full blown skits including pajama jammy jams, beach parties, interstellar robot fights, and 70’s funk parties. Voted the "Best Breakthrough Performance" of the 15,000 person Wakarusa Music Festival by in 2006, Groovatron has begun to be nationally recognized as a must see band. Their exploits have become a huge part of burgeoning summer festival scene. Additionally, members of The String Cheese Incident, moe., Umphrey’s McGee, and more, have all appeared as guest musicians at a Groovatron show. With over 600 live performances under their belts, the Groovatron show continues to get stronger and stronger. This train is coming for you, whether you like it or not. So, come prepared; you will be rocked!