Dabbs and Sixpence

So Rebek and I checked out the Sixpence None th Richer reunion show down at 3rd & Lindsley Sun. night. Yes, the band that soared to MTV stardom with Kiss Me and There She Goes. I must admit there new stuff is quite good, more mature and edgier, I guess thats what 10 yrs. will do for you.

But I was truly impressed by the openning act, Trent Dabbs. Whoa, his band was smokin’ in a groovy low key kind of way. I was pleasantly surprised that one of my favorite Nashville guitar players, Paul Moak, was his sideman. Tasty, tasty licks…..

(BTW Paul Moak started playing guitar with Plumb at the age of 20, and has played on pretty much every major CCM release to this day…and produces more obscure artists in his own studio in town…including Trent Dabbs)

So if you want to rock out in a mellow way, check out Decade Fades by Trent Dabbs.


2 responses

  1. Clay

    Heavy mellow… that was such a great show! Moak is definitely my favorite player around town. I think his first big gig was with DC Talk at 19 after a brief stint at Belmont.

    April 8, 2008 at 2:26 pm

  2. K2VZdb Excellent article, I will take note. Many thanks for the story!

    March 7, 2010 at 10:51 am

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