Well Hungarians

The Well Hungarians received the award for 2007 Best Country (traditional) Band, given by the Riverfront Times.

The Well Hungarians received the award for 2006 Best Country B
New Music Weekly Awardand given by New Music Weekly magazine. The award was presented at the Los Angeles New Music Awards show, held at the famous Avalon Theater, The band's single "Diamonds and Love" reached #10 on the Indie Country Chart for New Music Weekly Magazine.

The band has released four singles on the AER label. The first was "Sorry bout the Mess", followed by " Rock and Roll Singer.

The third single release for the band was "Betty Rides Around."  The band's most recent single was "Diamonds and Love."

With promotion by AER, all of the Well Hungarians single releases on AER have made the national country charts. Their music has received air play in 15 countries outside the United States.

Well Hungarians average 240+ performances per year.  In the last five years Well Hungarians performed in front of audiences of more than 750.000.

They have played with the following artists: Trace Atkins, Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban, Pat Green,  Montgomery Gentry,
Daryl Worley, Blake Shelton, Mark Chestnut, Trick Pony, Emerson Drive,Tracy Lawrence, Chris Cagle, Perfect Stranger, David Alan Coe, Charlie Daniels,Tim Rushlow, Warren Brothers, Little River Band, Ricochet, Head East,The Outfield, Steve Morse, Chad Brock, Clay Walker, Cindi Thompson, The Kinleys, Clark Family Experience, The Outfield, April Wine, Kansas, Yes, Georgia Satellites, Dr. Hook & Medicine Show, Tracy Byrd, Charlie White, Claudia Scott, Kieran Kane, Kevin Welch and Deanna Carter.

The bands web site, www.wellhungarians.net  has had 280,000 hits in last four years.

The Well Hungarians recordings on AER have received worldwide acclaim from country radio and reviewers.

    DIAMONDS AND LOVE/ Well Hungarians          
    “These St. Louis boys take on a touching sentimental ode with excellent results. This is as well written, performed and produced as anything on a Music Row major label. Spins please.” February 17, 2006
MUSIC ROW ,  Nashville’s Music Industry Publication, in his column Disclaimer
– Robert K. Oermann
    BETTY RIDES AROUND / Well Hungarians
     “ The Hungarians go three for three, this St. Louis quintet (actually they are a trio with several accompaning musicians) has got it all going on, both instrumentally and in the vocal harmony department.” March 4, 2005 
MUSIC ROW ,  Nashville’s Music Industry Publication, in his column Disclaimer
– Robert K. Oermann

    ROCK AND ROLL SINGER / Well Hungarians
    “—Love their name. The song’s totally cute (“my baby ran off with a rock ‘n’ roll singer”) and is performed with apt wit and hillbilly humor.”
MUSIC ROW ,  Nashville’s Music Industry Publication, in his column Disclaimer
– Robert K. Oermann

    SORRY ‘BOUT THE MESS/ Well Hungarians
    “Ya gotta love that band name. These St. Louis boys have a guitar-heavy sound that indicates a strong Skynyrd / Allmans influence on their debut single (Sorry ‘Bout The Mess.)  But the harmonies on the choruses are country all the way.”
MUSIC ROW ,  Nashville’s Music Industry Publication, in his column Disclaimer
– Robert K. Oermann

“Well Hungarians, a whole lotta country....a little bit of rock n roll....and the best harmonies on the planet.”
Rick Carpenter, Music Director-KJAM South Dakota

The Well Hungarians put on a rocking show. With a seven piece band, including a horn section, the Well Hungarians mix Country and R&B stylings
in a sound reminiscent of The Band. Songs like “Mama was a Train,” “Rock and Roll Singer,” and the cover of Sammy John’s 1975 hit, “Chevy Van” give the guys a chance to strut their stuff.”
Phil Sweetland,  Country Insider - February 24, 2005

“Sorry ‘Bout The Mess, the band’s second CD, should come with a warnin
g. Prepare to play often. With its exciting blend of southern rock, straight-as-a-die country, all balanced with a healthy ballad or two, this is a country groove that’s soon compulsive. "
George Peden - Countryreview.com (Australia)

"All it takes is one listen and you’re hooked"
 Bo Matthews - A.M. Drive   92.3 WWKA Orlando

“Cool harmonies and rocking country tunes make this album a load of fun. If you like Ricochet, Little Texas, or Lonestar, you'll enjoy the Well Hungarians. A great independent album."
Michael Allison - Angrycountry.com

“The weird name for this St. Louis based six-man band might scare away potential country music fans, but if given the chance to hear some of their country/rock music, fans will certainly be quick to jump on the band's wagon.”
Country Music News(Canada)

“Well Hungarians are the best band to emerge from the Midwest in many years.”
Billy Block, Western Beat Entertainment

“I played it (Sorry ‘bout The Mess) one time and got 30 calls and emails from listeners. I immediately put it in rotation.”
Rick Nix - PD/MD - WKUL -Alabama

" Seasoned musicians with a superb vocal blend"
Brad Garrett - Police Productions

" Well Hungarians are the best band I’ve seen in a while"         
 Chad Brock - Country Music Artist

“Great Band with a great show.”
Stan Barnett - Creative Artists Agency