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“This CD is fantastic with a unique sound, powerful lyrics and musicianship,” John Sturtevant - CD Baby.

“ Just try to resist. A tough guy with hard eyes who writes songs of yearning and loss all to a beat that is more Seal than Sepultura. It takes a lot of cojones to wear old cowboy boots and sing lyrics like “I wanna swim in your soul, all with a subtle, gorgeous vibe. There is a love scene movie soundtrack just waiting to happen here.” Jessica Willis - MusicDish

(Drop of Rain,) “One of the better tracks we’ve heard in a while. Blue Eyed Soul talent is shining through. A worthy label prospect.” Mary Peters - Recording Magazine

(Subconscious) “Sable has a commercial voice. I get a sincere personal message lyrically which is easy to relate to. Strong, powerful delivery....very emotional with great control.”

Sable has it all
A distinctive voice, meaningful songs and a loyal and growing fan base.

Add a band with commanding confidence on their collective instruments, and impeccable professionalism.

Sable is ready with dynamic performances for touring to support new music released and promoted by a label with vision.


It’s titanic Trace Adkins, with one of the most torrid performances of his career. He is so far out in front of every other record here that it’s practically embarrassing. Isn’t there something more presitigious to call this than merely the Disc of the Day?

There are several newcomers in the column, but none with the finesse and sonic polish of Sable. Give those Missouri boys a DisCovery Award.

SABLE/Raised On The Radio
Writer: Chris Sable/Jeff Sable; Producer: Jeff Sable; Publisher: Ubar, ASCAP; American Eagle (track) (
—The palpitating bass line draws you in. The tempo makes you wanna move. The little “cry” in the vocal catches your attention. The chorus is a killer. This rocks.

New Music Weekly Magazine Radio Reporters Pick Honorees
In the issue to be released this week. Jeff Sable and the Sable Band are nominated for the 2009 Country
Breakthrough Artist of the Year by radio stations reporting to Los Angeles based New Music Weekly
Magazine. Voting for the annual New Music Weekly Awards will be conducted over the next three weeks and
is open to both radio stations and fans to choose the final winners.
The nomination recognizes Sable's four successive nationally charting Country singles including two in 2009.
"Drop of Rain," the first 2009 song, spent 17 weeks in the Top 10, with 3 weeks in the #1 position. Sable's
second 2009 single, "Rainy Days at the Beach," currently occupies the #4 spot on the NMW Indie Country
Chart and #15 on the NMW Main Country Chart.
With a sound between Nashville Country and Heartland Rock, Sable CD's reaped a slew of rave reviews for
polished songwriting and "from the soul" delivery, leaving fans and radio stations nationwide clamoring for
more .
"The nomination is recognition of the hard work over the last three years by my brother Chris, the Sable Band
and I," Jeff Sable noted." We've visited radio stations all across the country, hitting some two and three times,
and playing for enthusiastic fans. And we've put out three CD's while doing it."
For additional information, a complete bio, a summary of reviews, photos contact Dr. Charles "Max" E. Million:
Phone: 314-965-5648 Toll Free: 888-521-8146 Fax: 314-984-0828 Email:
- Alton Telegraph


4 Cd’s released in 4 years, recorded in Nashville, TN on American Eagle Recordings…
SABLE - ‘Coming Home’ released 9/09
1. Rainy Days at the Beach
2. Coming Home
3. Time
4. Underdog
5. Brass in Pocket
6. Redneck Bar
SABLE - ‘If I Fell’ released 4/08
1. When He Comes Home
2. Her Will
3. If I Fell
4. Wild & Free
5. I Want it All
6. When He Comes Home [acoustic version]
7. If I Fell [acoustic version]
SABLE - ‘Subconsious’ released 4/07
1. Raised on the Radio [radio edit]
2. Love Hasn’t Found ‘em Yet
3. Subconscious
4. Everybody Wants Her
5. Drop of Rain
6. Love Hasn’t Found ‘em Yet [radio edit]
SABLE - ‘Raised on the Radio’ released 2/06
1. Raised on the Radio [original version]
2. Slipping
3. Subconscious
4. Wild & Free
5. Contender
6. Halo
7. Lena
8. Sunshine (Go Away Today)
9. Gravel
10. All You Need to Know



4 Nationally charted radio singles…

“Rainy Days at the Beach” (radio single) Currently charting and climbing on both New Music Weekly and MusicRow Magazine’s national charts! Video to be released to GAC and CMT within days, filmed on Santa Rosa Island and directed by prolific music video director, Kevin McVey! 11/09

“Drop of Rain” (radio single) Spent 17 weeks in the Top Ten and 3 weeks at #1 on New Music Weekly Magazine’s national Country Chart and multiple weeks on MusicRow Magazine’s chart and 10 weeks on All About Country’s Top Ten! 2/09

"When He Comes Home" (music video) Over 500k views on the internet and has been played worldwide on television reaching more than 45 million homes on DIRECTV [MYX channel 2067], NBC, ABC, CBS, UPN, FOX, Pulse TV and California Music Channel on their Country Music Video shows, it's also in regular rotation on The United States Armed Forces Radio & Television Service, in Hard Rock Hotel and Cafe's, Princess Cruises, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Virgin Megastores, McDonald's, Wet Seal, Macy's,Ralph Lauren/Polo, and Levi Strauss Retailers, plus many more TV shows and internet channels including Y' 5/08

“Love Hasn’t Found ‘em Yet” (radio single) Charted on both New Music Weekly and MusicRow Magazine’s national Country Charts1 5/08

“Raised on the Radio” (radio single) #1 on Independent Music Network also charting on New Music Weekly Magazine’s Country Chart! 7/07

Not just another pretty face in boots and a cowboy hat, Jeff Sable brings a distinct new voice and new songs/sounds to country music and radio. But his looks have not gone unnoticed by reviewers. ”Jeff Sable has abundant sex appeal and the talent to back it up,” according to Music Connection Magazine in their June 2007 issue.

Jeff Sable and his brother Chris have been making music since before they were teens. Jeff provides the lead vocals and guitar. Chris plays bass and sings harmony, and the two brothers write the majority of Sable music. Through the years, Jeff and Chris Sable have continued to teach and learn from each other how to improve their songwriting, recording, and performing skills. They never stop honing their craft as musicians, and making their own unique brand of country music.

The Sable brothers grew up in Southern Illinois, just across the Mississippi River from St. Louis. An area mixed with farms and factories… small town life close to a major metropolitan city. Their father was a Vietnam vet who worked in law enforcement and retired from the Department of Defense. Their blue collar upbringing taught the Sable brothers straight forward small town farm and family values that shine through in their own style of country music. The chorus from their first single “Raised on the Radio” sums up the brothers best …. “I was raised on the radio, learned to walk to country and soul, cut my teeth on rock-n-roll, raised on the radio.”

The resulting Sable music is flavored with the rich and diverse history of R&B, Soul, Rock, and Country music that flourished in the metro St. Louis area as they were growing up.

St. Louis influences such as Ike and Tina Turner, Chuck Berry, and Johnnie Johnson resonated throughout the Sable household courtesy of their father. The brother’s more recent influences include John Mellencamp, Keith Urban and Pat Green along with traditional artists like Charlie Daniels, Johnny Cash and John Denver.

Performances with artists such as Darius Rucker, Tracy Byrd, James Taylor, Bo Bice, Joan Jett, Bad English, Andy Griggs, Skid Row, Jeff Bates, 38 Special, Adam Gregory, Victoria Balestrini and others further developed their music style.

The Sable brothers’ songwriting style is very personal and revealing. Love, life, and family make up the message of their music. Chris notes, “If people cannot understand your songs, and really feel them, you have not done your job as a song writer.”

Jeff Sable and the Sable band have honed their chops performing for more than 500,000 fans in the last five years. Sable tours throughout the United States, Europe, Canada, and Mexico, and has performed for American troops on USO tours.

Sable’s first single, “Raised on the Radio,” charted nationally on New Music Weekly, Independent Music Network, and Music Row’s country charts. The single went all the way to the top attaining the #1 ranking on the Independent Music Network chart and #12 on the Indie Country chart for New Music Weekly.

The second single, “ Love Hasn’t Found ‘em Yet,” also charted on the New Music Weekly and Music Row charts, attaining the #3 spot on the Indie Country chart and #6 on the Main Country chart at New Music Weekly.

“Drop of Rain,” Sable’s third single, maintained the #1 spot on both the New Music Weekly Country charts (Indie Country and Main Country charts) for 3 weeks. The song spent 17 weeks in the Top 10 on the New Music Weekly chart and attained the #52 on the Music