Count Gabba debuted in March 2009 as a solo-artist with the album «The Lady’s Gone. The Song
Remains». This self-confessed rocker was by then working with various Rock-, Punk- and Metal-
Bands. The astonishment was pretty big, when Count Gabba brought together pieces from
Americana-, Folk- and Country-Music. But the audience seemed to like his sublimation. Count
Gabba was playing over thirty shows in Switzerland only in 2009.
In 2010 he released the follow-up “Country Noir”.
The new album “The Dance Decade”, his first output within five years, was recorded in just three days at the Black Shack Studio in Calw, Germany. It was the first recording session with his new band including bassplayer Clodophon The Breakwater, Tom Tomahawk on drums and Felicio Del Toro on Guitar and Mandolin.
The Roots of this new sound is still Country-Music – but with a far bigger influence of trashy Rock’n’ Roll.
This music is rebellious. It’s straight-in-your-face. And it’s danceable!