Sammy Sadler’s “No Place To Land” is an elegant slice of country music balladry that showcases Sadler’s passionate tenor which recalls the likes of Collin Raye; bringing the delicate lyrics to life. Matt Bjorke, Editor - www.roughstock.com

New Single “No Place To Land” -  “I love the song and the only thing I can say is, THIS is the kind of song Country Music Radio needs to be playing today …period!” Kenny Dean - Host of "NASHVILLE BACKSTAGE" www.nashvillebackstage.com

“SAMMY SADLER - New Single "Thinking About Mexico" —Sammy Sadler is still best known as the survivor of the 1989 Music Row assault that murdered Cash Box chart manager Kevin Hughes (convicted Richard “Tony” D’Antonio died in prison last year). His latest floats on bobbing steel notes and echoey mariachi horns and features the strongest singing of his career to date. Solid. Listenable.” Robert K. Oermann - MusicRow

“The voice of Sammy Sadler is one of those pleasant things ---- like a cool chill on an autumn morning or the taste butter on a warm piece of toast. For his new album, he and his veteran producer have assembled a strong collection of songs that entertain the listener and likewise are showcase for his vocals. "I Wanna Be Loved By You" which kicks off this set is proof of this. There's no bells or whistles, just fine singing all along to a winning melody.” Chuck Dauphin - Music News Nashville

“Sammy Sadler sounds as if he's not singing for the money. The man is as casual as a cardigan, willfully optimistic, ultra tuneful and real warm.”  John Shelton Ivany - Nation News Bureau

“The artist has an ear for finding a good song that does justice to his far-ranging vocals. Excellently produced by the artist and Chet Hinesley.” Nashville Music Guide - Nashville Music Guide

“Sadler is also a honky-tonk music genius with a crystal clear voice touched by a warm, romantic tone, especially noticeable on the tune I'll Always Have Denver.” Mary Jane Farmer - Herald Democrat

"Sammy Sadler's Heart Shaped Like Texas reminds me of the warmth and honesty country-pop music had in the late '70s and early '80s, before megabucks and mega sales turned much of it into slick rock disguised as country. Plus, Mr.Sadler's voice is so wonderfully reminiscent of Steve Wariner. When he sings "I'll Always Have Denver," a song composed by Mr. Wariner and Bill Anderson, it sounds like it was meant for him to croon." Mario Tarradell - The Dallas Morning News