“the unity between all four fiercely talented musicians is perfect”
“seductive and electric blues sound, exudes a charisma and modern-day swagger”.
“..outstanding craftsmanship on his electric guitar and a Lenny Kravitz quality to the tone of his voice”.

Kara Bertoncini

“Werewolves took to the stage & the energy in the room lifted to a whole other level. Every one of the players in the band are seasoned in the Melbourne music scene”
“Zevon’s guitar work blew me away, he knows how to strike the perfect balance between flair and playing for the song”
“Their high octane brand of Bluesy Rock ‘n’ Roll is right up my alley and something that I will be looking forward to seeing again”.
“Once again my faith in the Blues has been restored”.

The Connection, PBS Radio show

“…Blazing a trail of high-octane rhythm & blues. Werewolves of Melbourne are led by artist Zevon Hiltz and backed by some of the best in the business! Welding a sound risen from the haze of the Mississippi delta, the blues clubs of Chicago, & the hellfire streets of their hometown Melbourne – it’s a look into the future of blues that has past, soulful as a preacher, powerful as a locomotive…”

Kara Bertoncini

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“Werewolves of Melbourne are a Rhythm and Blues Band led by artist Zevon Hiltz and backed by some of the best in the business! Welding a sound risen from the haze of the Mississippi delta region, the blues clubs of Chicago, & the hellfire streets of their hometown Melbourne – it’s a look into the future of blues that has past, soulful as a preacher, powerful as a locomotive…”