Trent Dabbs is an American singer-songwriter who was raised in Jackson, Mississippi, but has been based in Nashville for his professional career. He co-founded the musical collective Ten Out of Tenn in 2005. Dabbs has released six solo albums and a self-titled collaboration album with Ashley Monroe since his move to Nashville.
Growing up in the rich literary and religious environment of Mississippi, and then moving straight into the country-soaked musical world of Nashville, Trent Dabbs has many stories to tell. Like Flannery O’Connor with her short story collection, A Good Man Is Hard To Find, Dabbs pieces his own spiritual and relational questions into well crafted folk-pop albums. The ghosts of Johnny Cash, old gospel-choirs, Neil Young, and Nick Drake are heard roaming the halls of Trent’s songs.
His latest Album ‘Future Like Snow is out today and available for purchase on iTunes.
He also has the side project Sugar and the Hi- Lows with Amy Stroup they released an album in February which is also available on iTunes
Have a listen:
'Future Like Snow' Sampler via Noise Trade
You can get the Ten Out Of Tenn compilations via Noise Trade