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Outskirts of Love

Sue Decker

JOHN'S BLUES PICKS-TORONTO BLUES SOCIETY (John Valenteyn): "Decker's songs and vocals show her to be an artist with a great future. Marvellous stuff."

BLUES MATTERS (Andy Snipper): "Sue Decker has one of the most remarkable voices I've heard in many a day. She has a warm voice, deep and strong and there is a haunting quality to it that gave me
JOHN'S BLUES PICKS-TORONTO BLUES SOCIETY (John Valenteyn): "Decker's songs and vocals show her to be an artist with a great future. Marvellous stuff."

BLUES MATTERS (Andy Snipper): "Sue Decker has one of the most remarkable voices I've heard in many a day. She has a warm voice, deep and strong and there is a haunting quality to it that gave me chills when I first put the album on. The whole thing is a terrific listen."

MIDWEST RECORD (Chris Spector): "we have proof here that Ry Cooder and Lucinda Williams once hooked up. Singing/writing/playing talent like this has to be as much genetic as it is God-given. Decker is a mind-blowing talent simply not to be missed."

"Outskirts of Love" delivers twelve original songs about love, fear, and faith with passion, honesty and a little bit of cheekiness here and there. Collaborating with award-winning producer Wynn Gogol on "Outskirts" marks a milestone in Sue Decker’s capacity for crafting soundscapes that tell each song’s unique story. From solo country blues to evocative ballads to full band soul arrangements, "Outskirts" features contributions from Bill Johnson, Damian Graham, Paul Black, Adam Dobres, and Kelly Fawcett.
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