Jared Deck's music is a race down Route 66 with the windows down. Americana to the core, this artist embraces the love/hate relationship between small towns and big dreams. From gospel shouts to country croons, Deck’s music showcases his powerful, road-ripened voice.
Jared Deck - singer/songwriter - acoustic guitar, piano.Available solo or full band.Full Band includes up to: electric guitar, fiddle, piano, bass guitar, drum set, with background singers.
Named to Rolling Stone Country's "10 New Country Artists You Need To Know," March 2016."When the music stops and Deck sings a cappella, you’ll understand how gifted a vocalist he is." - American Songwriter"Deck sings about the heartland with the power of someone who has seen both its peril and promise." - Rolling Stone"A powerful, beautiful voice." - Alejandro Escovedo"That was the best harmony singing I've ever heard, Jared. Come over and give me a smooch!" - Wanda JacksonFirst Place winner for the song "The American Dream" - 2016 Woody Guthrie Songwriting Contest• Festivals: SXSW, AmericanaFest, Mile 0 Fest, Norman Music Fest, Tulsa Mayfest, Ann Arbor Art Fair. • Notable venues: Gruene Hall, New Braunfels, TX. Knuckleheads, KC. The Ark, Ann Arbor. Blue Door, Oklahoma City.
Jared Deck takes life one fight at a time. "The battle has always been internal, overcoming my own failures and working to improve." Raised on the dusty plains of an Oklahoma family farm, Jared worked in the fields as well as the town grocery, owned by his parents. "In a community of 1,200 people, big dreams seem impossible. We're taught to manage expectations, put our nose down, and get to work." He's done exactly that. Deck's writing presents the maturity of a man who has learned the hard way. "The pen is disruptive and inspiring," says Deck. "It rattles me, reflecting moments and things about myself I might rather forget. But it also inspires me to face myself and become the man I'd rather be writing about." That attitude is apparent in the writing of Jared's self-titled, solo debut. Every boom may have its bust, but every dusk has its dawn. This hope, that there is always a way out, a way through, is an integral part of Jared's songs of pain and promise. "When folks hear my music, I hope they see the sunrise, just as I did each morning from that oilfield tower."