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Transition

Trent Dabbs

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So Worth It

Man, love it! T-Dabbs proves a diverse artistic range with this album, and it sounds awesome. "Off We Go" sounds like it's influenced by Jay Z's "New York State of Mind", OneRepublic's "Marching On", and "Bleeding Love" by Leona Lewis", while maintaining a totally original Dabbs vibe. And that's just the first track! Good-for-you pop mixed with rootsy americana with sprinkles on top. Enjoy this warm musical muffin from the Dabb's family bakery!

Like Woah

When I listened to these songs, I got knocked over. Heck, if you came to where I am now, I'm sure you'd find my body. Everyone in the room stopped breathing. I'm not sure if I'm dead or alive.
Trent always has a way to make amazingly epic records. I'm not sure how. But this whole pop song stuff seems to fit him nicely. What stinks is, these aren't all new songs, but regardless, they're amazing.
Daddy Dabbs is one of the best singer-songwriters ever to come along in my opinion.

New Fan

I recently became a Trent Dabbs fan, and I this album just solidified my connection to his music. Love this new album! LOVE!

Biography

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s

Singer and songwriter Trent Dabbs was raised in Jackson, MS, but has been based in Nashville, TN, for his professional career. Working out of a kind of Southern gothic Americana style with pronounced Big Star-like overtones, Dabbs recorded his solo debut, Quite Often, with producers Dennis Herring and Clay Jones, and it was released in 2004 on Herring's Sweet Tea imprint. The album received a good deal of positive critical attention, and songs from it appeared on the soundtracks to television shows...
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