"r&b dynamo Gordon shows his reeds no mercy"
"...doesn't have any trouble ripping up his audiences."
"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 Amazon.com / Downbeat Magazine)