"r&b dynamo Gordon shows his reeds no mercy"  

"...doesn't have any trouble ripping up his audiences."
- Billboard
"Gordon Beadle is cut from the same cloth as his honkin' heroes: Al Sears, Ike Quebec, Gene Ammons, Arnett Cobb, Red Prysock, Big Jay McNeely...raw, rippin' and rockin'."
Jazz Times
"One of the best and most vibrant young sax players in the business" - Blues Revue
"A one-man renaissance for the driving, highly danceable and decidedly manic late-'40s style of "honkin' " sax playing championed by the likes of Illinois Jacquet and Big Jay McNeely...performs with a skill and taste, frequently careening to the edge of glorious chaos" - Living Blues
"Serious bar-walking, hornblattin', groove juiced, fired up, screaming blues saxophone" - Big City Blues

"...the leading torchbearer of the sax-fired music that became rock and roll." - the Boston Phoenix

"(Sax Gordon) has a huge, full-blooded tone on his tenor and great execution to boot...evokes the spirit of sax rave-up men Junior Walker, King Curtis, Oliver Sain and Louis Jordan."   
Blues Access

"Sax Gordon always raises the bar a notch or two"
Saxophone Journal

"A talented pro with great enthusiasm, it's no wonder Gordon is one of the most popular musicians wherever he goes, with both musicians and fans alike."
- Ron Levy  (award winning producer & musician)

"Versed in every facet of R&B saxophone"
Duke Robillard

"This guy's got the spirit; he's got the feeling; he's got the goods." - Billy Vera (producer, singer, & music writer)

"Gordon has total command...His enthusiasm is boundless."  
Frank-John Hadley (writer for / Downbeat Magazine)