“On Your Line,” the latest from Jacksonville singer-songwriter Rambler Kane is a three-minute stomp of country-rock choogle that serves up facets of the form—a relentless rhythm section in two-four, rolling finger-picked acoustic, and some tasty Hank Garland-style electric soloing—and Kane’s winning lyrics that are a honky-tonk allegory about fishing in the neon bar lights, and getting caught up; hook, line, and sinker. Good, no-nonsense and coy-free cautionary country that is a welcome antidote and contrary approach to so much popular country music that sounds like it is transmitted from Planet Walmart."
- Daniel A. Brown, WJCT (Full Review)
"Rambler put it all down and turned to his true love, music. Mixing elements of country, folk, blues and soul, Kane has created his own variety of an Americana sound."
- Rob Nicholson, Folio Weekly (Folio Vol. 36, Issue 7)
"With just his second single, country-folk balladeer Rambler Kane has already displayed a penchant for penning the kind of smart country tunes that are capable of touching on a range of human emotion in simple-yet-profound ways. Featuring Kane’s deft acoustic guitar work, a haunting fiddle and handclaps for aux percussion, “In this Town”, from Kane’s debut self-titled EP...imbues a familiar trope––the confinement and insularity of a small town––with the vulnerability of the freshly wounded."
- JME Staff ("Local Spotlight")
"Patrick Kane, AKA Rambler Kane, is a consistent presence at local open mic nights, holding court by deploying a fingerpicking, country-blues style of Americana. Kane’s debut single “Heart’s on Fire,” recorded locally with The Young Step’s Micah Gilliam, highlights Kane’s alluringly congenial voice and prowess on the acoustic guit. With accoutrements including slide guitar, a chorus of Kane’s own vocals and subtle riffs of twang, “Heart’s on Fire” is a fully realized debut, an expression of the beautiful simplicity of Kane’s songwriting."
- Glenn Michael Van Dyke (Jacksonville Music Experience, "JME Recommends")