Thursday, July 11, 2019


Rupe & Rose

Leo London

White Eagle Saloon & Hotel - White Eagle Saloon

8 pm

$8 in advance, $10 day of show

21 and over

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About decker.


"full of soulful narrative" - Yahoo Music

"gives Jack White a run for his money with it's fevered guitar licks, crashing drums, and bluesy storytelling. It's a foot-to-the-pedal, full speed ahead kind of track and it's exhilarating" - KEXP Song of the Day

"bursts with emotion at every edge and makes for some interestingly original music" - Magnet Magazine

"fiery passion and a vision unlike any other band these days" - Phoenix New Times

"dark mystic lyrics and off-kilter attitude with taut musicianship and psychedelic romanticism" - No Depression

"Raw and romantic" - DeliRadio

"Masterful and filled with energy" - LA Music Blog

"dusty, moody, lonely, and super atmospheric" - San Francisco Bay Guardian

"Straight from the heart" - PopMatters

In the simplest terms, decker. is a singer/songwriter based in Sedona, Arizona. A more apt description, however, would be to call him a musical mystic. He himself describes his sound as "psychedelic desert folk," drawing inspiration directly from the vortexes of the red rock mountains and canyons where he resides-an area so widely known for its resounding energy that millions of spiritual travelers flock there every year in an attempt to harness its power. With a handful of self-released recordings to his name that have garnered praise from KEXP, Magnet Magazine and No Depression, decker. signed with revered independent label Royal Potato Family in 2017 to release a 10-song retrospective entitled ‘Into The Red.' In 2018, he returns with a full-length collection of new material, ‘Born To Wake Up.' Where previous albums have leaned darker in mood and content, this latest finds him maturing in his artistic viewpoint, offering more optimism and light across a range of songs like "Awake," "Smudge" and "The Matador." Glide Magazine recently wrote, "decker. is one of the country's most criminally underrated songwriters." With the release of ‘Born To Wake Up,' that should all be changing.