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Monday, February 18, 2013

Dee Rock: "The Road Ain't Long" Album Review

Out of Nashville comes country-rock artist Dee Rock.

Now I'm not known to be the biggest country fan around so in reviewing his album, I wasn't sure what to expect or how I would feel about it. Well, from the opening track "Ripples on the Moon," I was pleasantly surprised. Dee plays one hell of a hot guitar, rocks the melodies pretty hard and has some tasty lyrics. Oh yeah, his voice is pretty fine too.

It also seems Dee Rock has quite a love for Country and the Military. The album has one song "The Uniform," about the sacrifices of our servicemen, servicewomen and their families, along with a couple of other which you can hear on his website: "The Colors I Fly" and "Patriot Girl"

For the full review, as well as his bio and links to his website, where you can listen to all the album tracks, click here; Dee Rock album review at


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