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Butch Trucks & The Freight Train Band focused on a mix of Allman Brothers Band favorites and classic rock staples at FTC StageOne in Fairfield, where Scott Harris captured the action.
Watch guitarist Brandon “Taz” Niederauer and others join Butch Trucks Freight Train Band at B,B. Kings last night in New York.
About Damon Fowler
“Born and raised in Brandon Florida just outside of Tampa, Damon first picked up the guitar at the age of 12. After being shown a few chords, it was apparent that he was a natural. While his friends were listening to the music flavor of the month, Damon was digging into the Blues, and was soon playing small clubs in and around the Tampa Bay area. Years later with thousands of shows behind him, you’ve got one of the most unique and seasoned acts on the national circuit. Damon has been invited to many major festivals, and has graced the stage with the best in the business. He has three successful CD’s under his belt, and is currently working on a fourth. His playing, writing, and vocal ability has brought him many accolades. His latest include Creative Loafing magazines “Best Guitarist, Best Lap-Steel player, Best Do-Bro player, & Best Slide player”, all rolled into one tight package. Damon has been touring the country since November 2004, and has built a dedicated fan base throughout. Current lineup is Damon on guitar and vocals, Chuck Riley on bass, and Scott Key on drums.”
The marathon Capricorn Revival concert celebrating the re-opening of Capricorn Sound Studios in Macon honored the history of Southern Rock and featured Chuck Leavell, John Bell, Marcus King, Taj Mahal, Jaimoe and many others.
Fruition, who added March & April 2020 tour dates, will release a new album entitled ‘Broken At The Break Of Day’ in January and previewed the LP by sharing a video for lead single “Dawn.”
Live Nation detailed the company’s 2020 Lawn Pass promotion, which gives purchasers unlimited lawn access to concerts at one of 29 select Live Nation amphitheaters.
Kamasi Washington will embark on a month-long tour of the U.S. during the winter of 2020.
Phish’s Fall Tour 2019 continued Wednesday at Pittsburgh’s Petersen Events Center with a setlist featuring debuts, bust outs and Fish playing the vacuum.