The Yellers | House Band for the Revolution

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House Band for the Revolution

by The Yellers

Classic Americana music featuring stellar vocal harmony, soaring guitar and great original songwriting in the Country Rock tradition.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. 7 Come 11
The Yellers & Michael Berly
4:01 $0.99
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2. The New, New Sugar Hill Blues
The Yellers
3:42 $0.99
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3. Woody Guthrie Where Have You Gone
The Yellers
3:41 $0.99
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4. The Time You Steal
The Yellers
3:30 $0.99
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5. In the Driver's Seat
The Yellers
3:00 $0.99
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6. A Whiskey Rebellion
The Yellers
4:06 $0.99
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7. Runaway Train
The Yellers
3:54 $0.99
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8. Leap of Faith
The Yellers
3:40 $0.99
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9. The House Carpenter
The Yellers
6:50 $0.99
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10. God Bless Johnny Cash
The Yellers
3:41 $0.99
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11. God Bless Johnny Cash (Alternate Take)
The Yellers
4:05 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“The Yellers dial up a hotline to the heart of the common individual”

With their unique blend of Country, Rock & Roll, and well crafted ballads, The Yellers original songwriting creates down home music at its finest. Their rollicking roadhouse style has moved fans from Portland, Oregon to Dublin, Ireland to raise their glasses in triumph, open their hearts in connection, and laugh out loud in joyous revelry.

The Old Yellers defy categorization into a single genre and take a crowd on a seamless journey—from raucous country honky tonkin’, to tender heartfelt ballads, past Irish jigs and reels and back to the cornerstone of rock and roll—all in the span of just a few songs. Yeller music is an eclectic blend of rollicking, thoughtful good time songs that win crowds over again and again.

The Yellers have all the makings of a tried and true classic American band. Having been compared to the likes of Johnny Cash, Neil Young, The Band and Steve Earle, as well as other luminaries of American music, they have all the while stayed true to themselves and sustained a tap root to the common individual. Striving to maintain a personal integrity to the songs and music they create is job one in Yeller Nation. As they are often fond of saying, “it’s not about making money, it’s about making friends” and about the sheer joy of making music with one another. A true sentiment, although, with a sound this good, there’s no reason they can’t have it all.

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“The Yellers–who alternate between the modifiers “Old” and “Auld”–are relative “newbies,” having formed in 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

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The Old Yellers strike a balance between making a political statement and making music, as they say, “it’s not about making money, it’s about making friends”, but judging by their amazing vocal harmonies, incendiary guitar work, and fantastic songwriting, this band is also about making great music.

Irish Examiner, Cork Ireland

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The Old Yellers played at The Press Room this past Friday night. The small café venue was perfect for their stripped down quiet, country folk style. They had a great turnout and their songs were reminiscent of those played on a cross-country road trip, driving through golden wheat fields. The band caught my attention right away and had me swaying and tapping the floor. The Old Yellers adapt to whatever venue they are playing, and on Friday, the drummer was without a drum set, so he used a five gallon paint bucket, and some magazines from the wall as percussion instruments. This had the crowd shouting, “More bucket!”

Be Portland, Entertainment Section, by Becca Priddy

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The Old Yellers have earned a solid reputation and represent what is great about live music. Solid vocals and harmonies, good songwriting, and diverse instrumentation gets the room up dancing, segues to fine ballads, rocks, rolls, jigs, reels, and always homes back to the honky tonk. This band simply rocks. This Americana roots rock is down-home goodness at its finest.
Root Man, Roots Rock Blog

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The Yellers are coming to Galway again for a triumphant return to the Crane Bar. The Band was here last year and played to a packed house who simply would not let them leave, demanding encore after encore in an effort to keep the music going. Miss their return this Friday at your own risk.
Galway Ennis Connection, Co. Galway Ireland

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