"Tennis’ trademark roots ‘n’ roll is complimented throughout the album by flourishes of funk, Motown soul, and Simon and Garfunkel-esque pop...[Pack Light but Bring Everything] is well crafted and tightly honed."
- DC Music Download
"[Ryan Tennis and the Clubhouse Band] have a community vibe, riffing full-tilt on a rootsy chord progressions with vocal harmonies, trumpet and bongo percussion."
- 88.5 XPN - The Key
"I have seen over 500 acts during my time running this event, and Ryan Tennis is among the best. He's a great songwriter and has a wonderful voice. He reacts fabulously with the crowd and he's unique in his ability to get a laugh just as easily as a tear (and he's a nice guy as well)."
- Keither Armitige, Songwriter's Live, Sydney Australia
"Ryan's songs voice and songs are confident, natural, and true. He has what you can't buy and you can't learn: Appeal."
- Scot Sax, Grammy-winning Producer/Songwriter
"...a stomping celebration of returning home...", "...lush arrangements" and "...carefully crafted rootsy ruminations..."
- Indie Monday
"The innocence of Tennis' lyric is underscored by his earnest, authentic delivery and the simple arrangement."
- The Muse's Muse
"Philly native singer/songwriter Ryan Tennis has a lilting voice and the manner of someone who’s got a good story to tell. All good since, in his body of work, including last year’s LP Goodbye to the Ground, the hunky musician focuses on many of the standard topics of the genre: longing, finding hope in too-small slivers, lamenting love affairs, and the suffering of the human condition. Which isn’t to say he can’t also be uplifting, at least from the passion of his musical conviction. Check out this live clip from The Clubhouse and you’ll get a sense of the energy and intensity of his performance."
- Philly in Focus
WXPN: The Key Studio Sessions