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Ten from Town

by The Old Yellers

Excellent original songwriting, transcendent harmonies, old school country charm, rock and roll roots and well crafted ballads with an edgy, rollicking roadhouse twang and holler.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Tell Me Everything
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2. Natural Man
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3. See Me Coming
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4. Even Coyote Sings the Blues
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5. Fairview Park
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6. Red Bird Calling
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7. I Am the Poison
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8. Bill Frazier
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9. 7 Come 11
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10. Ten from Town
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“The Yellers–who alternate between the modifiers “Old” and “Auld”–are relative “newbies,” having formed in early 2003. But their deft Americana is at least four decades old, recalling the boogie of Canned Heat, the sweet melodicism of The Band, and the nimble guitar work of the Grateful Dead.”
—Matthew Singer Willamette Week

The Old Yellers began in early 2001 when founding members Michael Berly and Matty V Hartless came together with the goal to write great songs built around vocal harmonies and well crafted stories. The idea was to write songs with a message that could be felt and understood by nearly anyone. They were soon joined by friends Diego Joyeux and Tim Connell and this core group has been playing together in one form or another ever since.

In the years that followed, albums were made, tours were undertaken, fun was had and many great musicians would take their turn coming in and adding to the overall magic. It is difficult to label them any one thing, because at times they have seemed more Rock and Roll, or Alt-Country, or Americana, or Folk Rock, but there is and always has been, a consistency, a uniqueness, something special, that has woven itself throughout the path they have traveled. Whether you call them The Old Yellers or The Yellers, they are are at heart, an American band, writing and performing their own original music, that above all, strives to evolve the consciousness of the global community and generate a real revolution of spirit.

The Old Yellers have all the makings of a classic American band. Their unique brand of Indie Folk has been compared to the likes of Johnny Cash, The Band, Neil Young, The Eagles, Steve Earle and other luminaries of American music. And Yet, they have always stayed true to themselves, maintaining an integrity to the songs, the music, the audience and each other.

“Job one in Yeller Nation is to make a difference in our global community and to connect a deep tap root to the common individual with a message that resonates alongside the struggles we face today as human beings. Through the music, The Yellers seek to connect to people, helping forge true community, working for real change and learning how to take care of each other while having a damn good time doing it. The bands motto is Music is Medicine for Life and we fondly like to say, “it’s not about making money, it’s about making friends” and about the sheer joy of making music with each other. In the end, we hope money and recognition will come because we are working for the right reasons and staying true to what we believe in, but the most important thing is making a difference in the world today that last long into the future”

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