“The authentically rendered Southern rock and blues on Safe Haven‘s debut Sermon For No One is credited to 10 musicians, led by songwriter Patrick Lyons. There’s an appealing mix of fiddles, guitars, pedal steel, and harmonica across the nine tracks. The romantic ‘Colorado Moon’ has a homespun feel, while the shuffling honkytonk of ‘Leave Me Where I Want To Be’ evokes Mungo Jerry’s ‘In The Summertime.’ Safe Haven also impresses with the traditional ‘Going To Germany’ and cuts loose behind the spiritual imagery of ‘Eternal Farm.’”
– Terrence Flamm
Illinois Entertainer January 2014


Safe Haven is a roots rock alternative country blues band that is gaining fan support and radio play in the Chicagoland area. Formed in the south side of Chicago and reaching out worldwide, thanks to Novo Management and publicity, this band is on the rise. After the release of “Sermon for No One” in 2013 the band was featured on XRT along with playing Soldier Field, Chicago street festivals, House of Blues and recently opening for Travis Tritt at the Hammond Pavilion. They have a sound all their own, fusing real original song writing and a lead vocalist with a voice to remember.