First Floor Walk Up Presents: Phil Gammage Reading at P&T Knitwear Books Monday July 11 6:30pm
Four scheduled readers, 10 minutes each. Phil reads from his story Beatniks, Broads, and Burlesque. P&T Knitwear Books in NYC. 180 Orchard St. NYC. Reception to follow.
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Phil Gammage Music Videos Now on the Blues Music Television Network Channel
Big news! Several of Phil’s music videos are now in rotation at the new Grenada, Mississippi-based Blues Music Television Network channel. Here’s their press release:
“Phil Gammage is not your ordinary songwriter, vocalist, and guitarist born and raised in Texas and now living in New York. He is about to change the game with music videos like “Shadow Road, “ride with Railroad Bill”, and “Lost in Loserville”. Watch BMT on ROKU and catch hot music videos from Phil Gammage and the hottest music videos from the biggest in blues television.”
New album From Nowhere to Somewhere out now!
Phil’s new 12-song album From Nowhere to Somewhere is for sale on all major digital platforms. The signed CD is available exclusively at Bandcamp. As premiered at Ditty TV, WUSB, CHRW (Ontario), Radio Méga 99.2 (France), KABT FM 100.9 (Hollywood), Cygnus Radio, Radio Brookland (U.K.), Radio Valencia (San Francisco), and more.
Songwriter, vocalist, and guitar slinger, Phil Gammage is a Texas-born and raised artist who now resides in NYC. His new album, From Nowhere to Somewhere, is a robust collection of Americana songs as diverse and heart-felt as the genre itself. Twisting from railroad cars, endless roads, and the folklore of 20th century America, the album draws inspiration from Phil’s life as a musician, historian, and fiction writer.
“Top shelf story telling is the key I think, and the songs feel sacred without being precious… not unlike listening to old Hank Williams.” ~ Hot Wax Album Reviews
“Phil Gammage has been recording blues albums years in years past, without a dog in the lot. From Nowhere is a specially strong collection of Americana with Presley-ish vocals.” ~ Rock NYC
“The music and lyrics evoke an image of a vanishing America — one of shiftless men and women who criss cross the country by rail and connect with other people only to abandon them when they feel the emotional cost is too high.” ~ Americana Highways