Pete Yorn


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New Jersey's Pete Yorn subscribed to the stereotypes of blue-collar rock in the tradition of Bruce Springsteen but downplayed the stories in favor of laid-back melodies set to rootsy accompaniments. He played all the instruments on Musicforthemorningafter (2001), that spawned the hit Life on a Chain, and then repeated himself on Day I Forgot (2003).

He turned up the guitar and the keyboards for Nightcrawler (2006).

The mostly acoustic Back & Fourth (Columbia, 2009) was a bit too solipsistic.

By his standards, Pete Yorn (2010) was hard rock (for example, opener Precious Stone).

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