Paperplanes can make Long Beach feel like Lubbock” - OC Weekly.
“Paperplanes, who put out one of the best country albums in the county last year.”- LA RECORD
“Paperplanes first changed from singer/guitarist Micah Panzich’s home-tracked Guided By Voices-style project to a formidable live rock & roll band and then—emerged as real-deal true-blue “beer-here!” John Prine-Merle Haggard-Jerry Jeff Walker-Jimmy Dale Gilmore outlaws” - OC WEEKLY
...here is Rhinestone Republic now with one humble honest hour that’s
easily the best I’ve heard so far this short year... DISTRICT WEEKLY
...Paperplanes seem to have found a solid stomping ground to perfect
their foray into the blossoming alt-country scene... OC WEEKLY
..twangy Bakersfield guitars, honky tonk rhythms and heartfelt lyrics
of loss, escape and addiction coalesce into something undeniably
authentic... GROUND CONTROL MAGAZINE
...we slip it in the box, hit PLAY . . . and it instantly becomes the
greatest rock & roll music we’ve ever heard in our lives... OC WEEKLY
...this gives the record a live ambience and in doing so puts the idea
in your head that this would be a very enjoyable bunch to see play in
your local bar... - AMERICANA UK
...Paperplanes have become the hardest working band in Los Angeles...-
Based in Long Beach, Paperplanes have been crafting their songs in studios and stages for over a decade. What originated as a lo-fi songwriting vehicle, has worked its way to being one of Los Angeles’s most acclaimed country rock bands.
In 2003, OC Weekly called Paperplanes “the greatest rock & roll music we've ever heard in our lives.” In 2004 their music was featured in the movie Electric Mayhem. 2008’s Rhinestone Republic received 4 stars from ALTCOUNTRY.NL, and received favorable domestic and international reviews. In 2009 Paperplanes were featured in the District Weeklys “Best of Long Beach” issue. For the past 10 years Paperplanes have seen constant rotation on traditional and internet radio
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Micah Panzich / Guitars-Vocals
Pete Tavera / Guitars-Vocals
Kevin Keller/ Bass-Vocals
Jon Husak. Drums-Vocals