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 Noah Sterba - 13-Bar Blues

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Release Date:07/28/2017;Notes:Vinyl LP pressing. 2017 debut vinyl release from Omaha underground hero distills folk, blues, punk and country. Noah St...Click To Read More About This Product

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Release Date:07/28/2017;Notes:Vinyl LP pressing. 2017 debut vinyl release from Omaha underground hero distills folk, blues, punk and country. Noah Sterba is one of Omaha's underground music heroes, literally performing most of his songs and poetry into dented Radio Shack microphones in the subterranean basements of tornado alley for the last decade. Beside releasing several solo cassettes on Unread Records, he was a founding member of short-lived critical darlings Yuppies, lo-fi local legends The Prairies (which also featured David Nance), and The Subtropics, and has been an important member of Simon Joyner's Ghosts since 2011. He is also involved in a multimedia art/publishing collaboration called Slowed Soul with fellow local Omaha artist and musician Jeff Sedrel. His music is fueled by self-congratulatory irony, The 13-Bar Blues is refreshing for it's unapologetic sincerity. The album distills folk, blues, punk rock and country influences and merges them with poetry, allowing Sterba to graciously tear up his hat in the face of those who have come before him as he claws through America's gnarly 21st century landscape with his tongue, pen, busted guitar, and wide open eyes.


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