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Cole Decker, a singer-songwriter from Petal, Mississippi, has a unique blend of writing and singing styles. He draws comparisons to artists like Jason Isbell and Whiskey Myers due to his fusion of traditional country and southern rock.

Starting with the piano at a young age, Cole later picked up the guitar in college. He has played live shows for around six years and has been an opening act for performers like Frank Foster, Parker McCollum, and Red Shahan. Now based in Bozeman, Montana, he performs both as a solo act and with his band around the area.

Known for his honest and gritty writing style, Cole's full-band EP, "Can't Ruin A Bad Reputation," features all original tracks like "Flippin' The Bird" and "Needles." He characterizes this album as a well-balanced mix of the various styles he enjoys, with an ideal blend of slow and up-tempo songs.

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