From Good Times Magazine:
...Yeah I know what you're saying, "not another Allman Brothers cover band." You're right, Seven Turns is "not just another Allman Brothers cover band." First off, the band consists of veteran musicians who have been around the block a few times and have been playing their respective instruments for more than a couple of years. They also have a love, adoration, and respect for the music. For those unaware, the geniuses who are/were The Allman Brothers Band blended strains of Southern Music Blues, R&B, Country and Gospel, into a flexible, jam-oriented style that reflected the emergence of the 'New South' and set the style for Lynyrd Skynyrd, Marshall Tucker, The Outlaws, Sea Level, and dozens of other Southern rockers.
Seven Turns' fluid, jazzy opener was an early Brothers cover tune, 'Don't Want You No More', written by Spencer Davis. They followed with the slow blues of an Allman-penned 'It's Not My Cross to Bear'. Ed Amantia's beautifully anquished lead guitar wailed from the very depth of his soul.
The real strength of Seven Turns comes from its musicianship. The guitar playing especially the slide playing of Frank Notarbartolo, is top shelf. One can feel that Duane Allman, Dickey Betts and Warren Haynes are mentors of Amantia, Notarbartolo and Nick Stabile.
The bittersweet, keyboard-drenched 'Dreams' showcased the band's easy rollin' punch. The boys continued with hit after hit after hit, 'Hot Lanta', Blue Sky, Done Somebody Wrong and the Allmans song that the band took their name from, 'Seven Turns'. Sonny Boy Williamson's 'One Way Out' brought the boys to the next level while 'Whipping Post' drew up the sturdy concert extrapolation that became the ABB signature.
If you like the Allman Brothers Band, you will absolutely love Seven Turns!