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Born in the heart of Cherokee county we embrace our Americana roots. Our songs are inspired by the joys and heartaches, the love and loss, life and death we have experienced. We embrace the heritage of legendary singer songwriters and acknowledge a time when songs were well written and told a story. Our aim is to touch the soul of the listener and for a moment ease the suffering and pain of life and encourage each other in the struggles of life...

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Album review by Keith Pro on Indiebandguru.com 

Musical styles will always be developing.  Whether it be unique offshoots of one main genre or mashing together different genres to create something fresh, artists will always find new ways to make great music.  Bringing classic sounds to new heights can give them new life as well.  Our recent find DocFell & Co. is bringing country music out of its current common rut...

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Album review by Cody Starr on Galleywinter 

Valentine’s Day saw the release of Dust Bowl Heart, the sophomore album from the Tahlequah, OK based DocFell & Co. I was introduced to them last year with their debut album Scissor Tail and dug their blend of red dirt, blues, and Texas honky tonk. Doctor John Fell (vocals/acoustic guitar) and Kyle Brown (guitar/mandolin/background vocals) anchor the music troupe that’s always been open-ended as far as who’s in the band at any given time. Like Scissor Tail, this album features a plethora of artists, most of…

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Indie music review by Alberto Rivera 

Doc Fell and Co. are men out of time and place, and don’t no one need to bring them up to date anytime soon. Before there was the Outlaw Country label, it was just country music. Filled with heartache, loss and hard times as the main course of most of the songs. Doc Fell and Co., are smart enough to realize it’s best not to mess with what makes something great and truly memorable. Equal parts honky tonk, and traditional storytelling, there’s no country rock musings or attempts at a crossover. They sound…

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Bill McCloud album review 

DUST BOWL HEART (Doc Fell & Co.): A CD Review by Bill McCloud 

As I was leaving the house for a drive to Tulsa I checked the mail and there it was, Doc Fell & Co,'s new CD, "Dust Bowl Heart." I had a sense that it would play very well as a road-trip CD with the volume turned up. As usual, I was right! 

The music starts off with a song delivered in a dream-like, Southern-gothic-tale, fashion that establishes a tone that would hold up throughout. Though the tone is immediately established there is more…

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