Jim Gaudet and The Railroad Boys make one feel as if they're traveling in time, maybe back to Louisiana in 1963. Mel Guarino of The Bluebillies said, “There is no other band that I know of that can sound so modern and yet so classic and nostalgic. It's at once, "Old Timey" and “Timeless”, echoing the sound and feel of maybe Hank Williams or the Stanley Brothers, with a "hill-billy" edge.”
Guy Craig Havighurst, Co-host and Journalist for Music City Roots’ Nashville, TN said, “Several things struck me listening to Jim’s fifth album “When It Rains”. Most importantly the songwriting is clever and full of sparks".
Larry Nager, Journalist – Music City Roots, Nashville, TN, Music Historian, Documentary Filmmaker said, "It’s hard to have your own sound in a bluegrass band, but Gaudet and his fellow veterans have an easygoing style all their own, an unpretentious mix of folk and bluegrass".
The band supports Gaudet's song writing and arrangements with just the right amount of gusto and drive. The band was honored to have been featured in a full length profile article in the highly respected “Bluegrass Unlimited” magazine.