Krueger reaches way down and creates his own musical paths, song after song. Paths which suck you into an altered universe in which you get lost in other peoples problems and successes for a change. So damn good. ...maybe perfect music for the moment. Rich Krueger, where have you been hiding?—Frank Gutch No Depression The Journal of Roots Music
There’s no template for a Krueger song and the album weaves like a drunken sailor with bar room wisdom, tin pan alley pop, country and old fashioned R’n’B all stumbling into view. Sure enough there are shades of Springsteen, Newman, Bukowski and Van Morrison here and there but it’s all filtered through Krueger’s sardonic prism. - Paul Kerr Blabber n’ Smoke (Glasgow)
Rich Krueger, now based in Chicago, IL, was born in Bedford-Stuyvesant, NYC. He has been writing and performing solo, and with his band The Dysfunctionells since 1985. In the summer of 2017, Krueger released "Overpass" EP precursor to two full length albums he plans to release. "Life Aint That Long" was released 1/27/2018 to critical acclaim. Krueger was chosen as a 2017 AND 2018 Kerrville Folk Festival New Folk Finalists. After 30+ years of making music Rich Krueger still has something to say.