General practitioner by day, and wildly expressive singer-songwriter and acoustic guitarist by night, Tahlequah, Oklahoma’s, Dr. John Fell, and his posse, DocFell & Co, have passed before The Ark of Music’s headlights not so long ago with the fiery and skilled, Dust Bowl Heart, “an album for fans and musicians alike.”
Wasting no time, the Doc is back with a new album, the 9-parts country, 1-part roots-rock, Heaven, Hell or Oklahoma, an album we strongly suggest you explore, particularly if you’re a fan of hand-crafted country music in the story-telling style. Hell, even if you’re not typically drawn to country music, there’s something here for you… and that’s the truth.
“Without the devil how lost I would be
Even good guys need an enemy
Most folks call me a peacemaker
But there ain’t no peace for a life-taker…”
The album’s lead off single, Peacemaker, is a dark and satisfying, Cash-esque tale of one old-west lawman’s accounting of a career in death and carnage, and his conscience’s inability to justify—nor persecute—the choices he’s made. Be sure to give it a listen below.
Johnny Cash meets Jimmy Buffet…
BELOW: Listen to DocFell & Co.’s song, Peacemaker, and connect with their website and social media platforms. Please support DocFell & Co. by visiting them online, and playing, downloading, and/or purchasing their music. And, as always, thank you for supporting real music!