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Gabe Rozzell and The Decency

by Gabe Rozzell and The Decency

a mix of country folk and blues with a singer/songwriter emphasis
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. From Iowa
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2. Blessed Is The Door
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3. Bird In The Air
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4. Cornfields
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5. Remember
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6. Feet
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7. St. Yenchko
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8. Lonely As Hell
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9. Wayfaring Stranger
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10. Burn Burn Burn
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The husky-voiced Gabe Rozzell is the sort of intimating figure that would be at home during the outlaw era of country music—a myth-ical character that can melt hearts with his songs, uproot trees with his bare arms, and probably makes his own jerky as well. Basically, he's the greatest human on this planet. Backed by the trusty Decency, his self-titled debut (out tonight) is a welcome surprise of tempered roots music—vintage pearl-snap country, dustbowl folk—done to perfection. It might seem dry at first listen, but that's what the whiskey is for. One drink in and you'll be erecting your very own Gabe Rozzell statue next to the Paul Bunyan monument in North Portland, only bigger. EAC (portland mercury)

Gabe Rozzell and The Decency are a mix of native Oregonians and folks from away, all now living in Portland, Oregon. They blend genres based in acoustic music with a strong element of classic country in their lead sections. After a long hiatus, Gabe moved back to Portland with the intent of putting together a band that would bring a new life to the songs he’d been writing and performing solo for the last ten years across the country.



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