One part Americana Roots Rock, Two parts Britt Pop, and just a dash of pinache and you get the musical stylings of singer/songwriter Jerry Fee. A familiar but refreshing voice, there is a sincerity in his songwriting and performance that is best understood in a live show setting. His songs have a tendency to find their way into your head, often days after listening. There's a careful formula here of memorable songwriting without the obvious, "I'm trying really hard to make myself commercial" feel.
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A Solid Effort From A Local Songwriter| Posted March 17, 2008
Jerry Fee's relationship with music has been tested multiple times in the past, interrupting what has always seemed to be a solid course only to be taken back to the beginning. With his recent direction as a solo artist, it's obvious the new found freedom to control the direction of both his future and music has paid off. "Memories, Photographs & History" is easily Jerry's most accessible music to date, containing five songs that have been fully realized with local musicians and many hours in the studio. The combination of lead piano and multiple acoustic guitars, with just enough drums to provide the drive and direction gives the album a great and unique Americana vibe that's extremely pop friendly. Jerry's vocals give off an immediate comfort, allowing you to completely immerse yourself into the music without distraction. Overall, this is a wonderful step in the evolution of an artist that continues to perfect his sound.