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 like all their musical inspirations peaked in 1955. The sole exception being the irresistible “Broken Heart.”

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