Saving Abel boast a cool, alt-rock, Southern-tinged sound that’s
instantly familiar-sounding and irresistible.
Singer Jared Weeks and guitarist Jason Null met in late 2004
in their hometown of
Corinth, Mississippi, and by 2005 were recording
acoustic demos with producer Skidd Mills (12 Stones, Saliva,
Submersed). Saving Abel then moved into a more rock/electric
direction with a full band lineup, while their song, “Addicted,”
garnered local radio support that led to a record deal and the 2008
release of the band’s self-titled debut album.
Having been compared to Black Crowes, Nickelback, 3 Doors Down and
Incubus, Saving Abel’s myriad influences mean that “everyone seems
to hear what they want in us,” says Null.
“We’re just trying to connect with people.” Adds Weeks: “And
we’re going to keep doing what we do until they don’t want to hear
it no more!”
“After All” is a brand new release from Saving Abel that was
featured in the NCIS
episode, “Road Kill” on December 2, 2008.
The song is available exclusively on
NCIS: The Official TV