“You can hear influences of classic country singers, from Willie Nelson to Johnny Cash. In fact, “Peace Maker” might give you the same chills you get when you listen to The Highwaymen’s “Highwayman.” It’s like The Quick and The Dead for the ears. Heaven, Hell or Oklahoma is one hell of an album.”
DocFell and Co. is a charismatic band from Oklahoma. They embody Country roots with their gritty sound and classic instrumentation. Their newest song, “This Machine” shows off their incredible talent and chemistry as a band.
Sophie Levine, Big Bad Buckle
Raised on the sounds of Cash, Haggard, Nelson and Jennings the group took less of the outlaw spirit and more direct songwriting that those legends put forth with doses of modern day country to sweeten the sound for some ears.
Shawn Donahue, Glide magazine
The storytelling of the americana styled title track “Dust Bowl Heart” is legendary. Having never been to Oklahoma myself, I feel like I had a real taste of the scene through this song. The closer “This Machine” shows off some Woody Guthrie influence as the vocals are sung with raw passion and the power of the guitar and driving beat push it along.
Keith Pro, Indie Band Guru
DocFell & co. are Americana story tellers who play and sing their music with refinement and detailed description, from the instrumental arrangements to the lyrics, yet when you listen, you experience a raw, down-to-earth, lived in quality - fans of country and Americana will devour this.
Bryon William, Indie spoonful
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.
Alberto Rivera, Indie Music
Perfect production, fresh takes on an earlier sound, and a set of performers with some serious pipes make Dust Bowl Heart into a must-listen album.
James McQuiston, NeuFutur Magazine
Fell and friends have stepped back into Monotone Studios to record their sophomore album, titled "Dust Bowl Heart," and they've brought back a slew of all-stars - and even a few wind instruments - to help bring this vision into the ears and throats of anyone looking to add some tunes to their collection.
Carden Crow, Tahlequah daily press