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Video: Doc Feldman performs 'Alive for Now' and 'A Texas Moan' for Show Me Shows

Video: Doc Feldman performs 'Alive for Now' and 'A Texas Moan' for Show Me Shows Jarred Gastreich
Written by Jarred Gastreich
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Imagine yourself sitting on the porch of a multi-family home in rural Kentucky. Imagine a man and his aged guitar. The time might be right after dusk, and that's when all noise gets swept away by the darkness.

That's where I imagine Doc Feldman spending most of his time. It's a realm where pop music doesn't penetrate. It's a place where people are full of remembrance, and everyone has a story to tell.

Doc sings slow, "I can still see her bare feet on the dash. Felt like forever, it went by in a flash." They're the type of words that will make you write your loved one a letter. He inspires with such simplicity. He sings in front of a neglected red brick wall today. The wall, much like Doc, has a story to tell.

Doc discovered our series after watching the Brothers Lazaroff videos and subtly introduced himself. The 33-year-old St. Louis native started his first band with David Lazaroff in high school. He since moved to Lexington, Ky. where he has been in a couple of musical projects, most recently with Good Saints and Kill County. Doc will be releasing his first solo album in the spring of 2013 with the working title "The Slow Knife Cuts Our Fair Share."

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Video: Jarred Gastreich for Show Me Shows

Sound: Ryan Albritton for R&R Music Labs

Writer: Jarred Gastreich

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