JANUARY 20, 2023 RELEASE DATE:
DAMON FOWLER LIFE AT THE PALLADIUM, WITH SPECIAL GUESTS!
We are proud to present LIVE AT THE PALLADIUM a first time live recording from veteran bluesman and road warrior Damon Fowler, recorded at the Palladium Theater in St. Petersburg, FL. A masterful singer, guitar player and songwriter, Fowler combines first rate musicianship and lots of full blown jamming, with his venerable working band: Chuck Riley (bass) and Justin Headley (drums) along with special guests Jason Ricci (harmonica), Dan Signor (keyboards) and Eddie Wright (guitar). LIVE AT THE PALLADIUM marks Fowler’s 9th solo release. With all the elements of a classic live blues record, it shows off Damon’s unique approach, swampy vocals, and vivid songwriting to the max. A former member of Butch Truck’s Freight Train band and the Dickey Betts Band, Fowler pulled in strong notices for his 2021 Landslide release, ALAFIA MOON (LDCD-1048) which compared his fretwork to Johnny Winter and Jeff Beck, and his slide guitar prowess to the late Duane Allman.
DAMON FOWLER RELEASES SINGLE TO BENEFIT HURRICANE VICTIMS
Landslide recording artist Damon Fowler, a resident of Tampa, FL has released “Grab My Hand,” a digital single to benefit the victims of Hurricane Ian, a storm which damaged much of southwest Florida, not far from his home. Proceeds will be sent to the Florida Disaster Fund.
The song, written by Fowler and Eddie Wright, can be downloaded from several sources from Songwhip:
DAMON FOWLER’S ALAFIA MOON SET FOR MARCH 26
We are proud to announce a March 26, 2021 street date for ALAFIA MOON from Tampa based bluesman Damon Fowler, a masterful singer, guitar player and songwriter. Combining first rate musicianship and soulful vocals, the album represents various styles that make up the roots of American music. ALAFIA MOON marks Fowler’s 8th solo release. With all the elements of a classic blues record, it shows off Damon’s unique fret work, heartfelt vocals and vivid songwriting to the max. Coupled with his experiences as a sideman guitarist with Butch Truck’s Freight Train band and the Dickey Betts Band, he has garnered strong acclaim from critics who have compared his fretwork to Johnny Winter and Jeff Beck, and his slide guitar prowess to the late Duane Allman. Fowler can play fiery guitar runs with the best of them, and his lyrical work on lap steel and dobro makes him a stand out performer among the legions of guitar heroes.