Decadence Heads to West Coast to Record Second Album
North Creek, New York natives, and Adirondack roots rock band Decadence, are heading off to California to work with Waylon Jenning’s son, Shooter Jennings on their next album. Shooter will help produce the album.
In September of 2013, the band had the chance to play alongside Shooter Jennings and others like Chase Rice, Lainey Wilson, Drew Baldridge and Frank Foster at the Cottonstock in Monroe, Louisiana.
The band has also opened for Nashville Pussy, Jayke Orvis and the Broken Band, The Mallet Brothers Band, Underhill Rose and Woody Pines to name a few.
Decadence has been playing regularly all over New York State. Most notably down in New York City at venues like the Shanghi Rock Hotel and Tammany Hall. They have also done a string of shows out-of-state in Tennessee and Florida.
Decadence’s style of music is a fusion rock meets blues and country.
Their debut album “Love Loud” was released in June of 2012. While in Nashville, Tennessee, the band recorded their current EP “Tales From The Mountain,” which was recorded at Ocean Way Studio in September of 2013.
Two tracks off the current EP “Too Much Fun” and “Dogtown Cadillac” have received airplay on many radio stations with a positive response from listeners.
When talking about the new album, band member Katy Cole says “We’re bringing back the good things about music. It’s not just country, rock, blues and jazz. It encompasses so many genres.”
Cole also states that the album will be released on BCR (Black Country Rock) Los Angeles and that the band will undergo a name change to “Last Daze.”
Formed in 1998, Decadence/Last Daze is Jen Gadway (vocals, guitar, mandolin), Katy Cole (vocals, guitar, piano), Chris Schempp (lead guitar), Matt Dower (drums) and Mick Changelo (bass guitar).