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Damon Fowler & Friends (from the album Live at the Palladium available on Landslide Records) (by Danny McCloskey)
The Gulf Coast over Florida rates high for a musical A-list as evidenced by the Blues of Tampa Red, the Jazz of the Adderley brothers (Nat and Cannonball) as well as Southern Rock standard bearers such as Dickey Betts (the Allman Brothers Band) and The Outlaws. Damon Fowler from Tampa, FLA takes his place among the prime exports from the region, showcasing his cred with Live at the Palladium from Damon Fowler & Friends. Damon Fowler cut his teeth playing with Butch Truck’s Freight Train and guitarist for Dickey Betts Band, honing his mastery of Roots Rock, Blues, and Sacred Steel. Live at the Palladium shows Damon Fowler shining on stage when he riffs around, flashing a night sky full of notes like twinkling stars in “The Guitar”, ushering in a funky twang for “Don’t Feel Like Going There Today”, putting a bounce in the beat to introduce “Fruit Stand Lady”, and picking out notes like Blues barbs for “Tax Man”.
The recording is the ninth release from Damon Fowler, Live at the Palladium features The Friends with Damon’sband members, Justin Headley (drums) and Chuck Riley (bass), along with special guests Jason Ricci (harmonica), Eddie Wright (guitar), and Dan Signor(keyboards). Live at the Palladium features a cover of Little Walter’s “Up the Line” as Damon Fowler opens the album on a high-step with “It Came Out of Nowhere”, exiting with all of The Friends joining in for “Sugar Shack”. (by Danny McCloskey)
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