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Editors’ Notes

Cole Deggs & The Lonesome take a whack at updating the spirit of ‘70s Southern Rock on their 2007 self-titled debut album and succeed better than most. Deggs’ bandmates — including Cole’s brother Shade on bass — play with admirable looseness and muscle, adding nicely ragged vocal harmonies on key choruses. Throughout, guitarist David Wallace lays down searing riffage that recalls the rougher side of the Eagles. The group generates heat on their upbeat tunes, praising loose-living goddesses in “Girl Next Door,” damning fickle lovers in “Makin’ Nothing Out of Something” and wallowing in Texas-sized heartache in “I Haven’t Stopped Hurtin.’” A touch of Muscle Shoals-style R&B (aided by the Wurlitzer piano of Allman Brothers veteran Chuck Leavell) adds extra sizzle to “Twelve Ounces Deep” and “Everybody’s Beautiful to Someone.” Songs like “Out of Alabama” and “Huggin’ This Blacktop” are vivid snapshots from the Southern hinterlands. Less crusty than Van Zant, more credible than Whiskey Falls, Cole Deggs & The Lonesome do right by their rebel heritage on their first release.

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"I Got More" converted me.

As a lifelong pop, rock, alt and metal listner, the discovery download "I Got More" tuned me into something I hadn't noticed before... Country. That one free discovery download tune led me to get the whole album, and then on to Aldean and Vassar. At least to me, as a recent convert to country, talks right to me. Pop/Rock/Alt can have really good sound and beats, but I rarely even hear the words. These guys and the country I had not noticed before sings right to my heart, mind and soul. Thanks Cole Deggs & the Lonesome, and thank you iTunes for leading me to a more satisfying music that I desperately needed. -Jason

WOW!

To see Cole & Shade on iTunes is surreal. The album is amazing. Worth downloading the whole album for sure. So glad to see the talent of these amazing guys realized. Much Success! Go LJ.

Love Them!

I had gone to see Bon Jovi at Summerfest in Milwaukee and they happened to be openning for Bon Jovi. As soon as I heard them play I loved them. They have a lot of great songs!!!

Biography

Formed: Nashville, TN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s

Country group Cole Deggs & the Lonesome rose to fame in 2007 thanks to their dramatic love song "I Got More." A native of Lake Jackson, TX, Cole Deggs entered the music business as a songwriter when his song "Live Those Songs" landed on Kenny Chesney's 2002 release No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems. With his brother Shade on bass, Florida native Brian Hayes on drums, and another set of brothers from Shreveport, LA — guitarist David and keyboardist...
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