I’ll be performing at the very popular Lancaster Roots and Blues Festival on March 10, 2018. This is one America’s top festivals held annually in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. More info soon. lancasterrootsandblues.com
“…underwrought darkside Americana echoing Nick Cave’s fascinations minus the melodrama. Which might well make Gammage this generation’s Hank Williams.”
Trouser Press (USA)
“‘Used Man for Sale’ is Gammage’s masterpiece, and a record that will stand the test of time. I’m ready to hear more!”
No Depression (USA)
Phil Gammage is an American musician, composer, and recording artist best known for his eight solo album releases and his work as a songwriter, singer, harmonica player, and guitarist. His recordings are used in film and television projects. His most recent solo release is the critically acclaimed “Used Man For Sale.” He currently performs his roots and blues based music as a solo performer, with a small combo, or a full band.
In addition to his songwriting, performing, and recording his own music, Phil is an in-demand blues/rock guitarist and harmonica player. He toured Europe with rock band Certain General in the spring of 2016 and has performed several times at the CBGB Music Festival in New York.
Available at Bandcamp with bonus songs and videos. Signed CD or download. U.S/Canadian residents ONLY can get a signed copy from Bandcamp. Signature not available for Europe at this time…sorry!
Lost in Loserville (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
Music video for the song "Lost in Loserville" as premiered at the influential music website Popdose. Filmed on outdoor locations and at the Green Kill artists space in Kingston, N.Y. Entrant in the 2016 Woodstock Film Festival!
"His new video for “Lost in Loserville” finds Gammage channeling some major Woodstock (the city, not the festival) vibes – and not just because it was filmed in the Hudson Valley. The visuals were inspired by Elliot Landy’s iconic photos of the Band, and the washed-out imagery of Gammage performing outdoors complements the song’s folksy, chugging rhythm like something out of another era." ~ Popdose