“Sophisticated Americana with a Retro Elegance.”
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“Midnight on Main Street U.S.A. Outside a smoky lounge you hear a music so evocative and compelling that you are driven to step inside. Upon entering, you see across the room of well dressed patrons, a beckoning stage upon which all eyes are focused. Intoxicated by the hypnotic rhythms, you are drawn, trance-like, closer and closer. After fighting through the crowd, you finally reach the stage front and before you stands a group of dashingly handsome men who command the stage. Their soaring vocals, hypnotic guitars, and sultry music seduce and transport you to another world…”
The Phil Gammage Quartet brings a charm to their performance unlike no other performing their own unique version of traditional and original Americana, blues, jazz, and country. The combo’s good time music is the perfect soundtrack for your gathering, lounge, café, or soiree.
Singer and guitarist Phil Gammage is an internationally acclaimed musician and recording artist who has traveled the world sharing his music. Twisting from railroad cars, endless roads, and the folklore of the 20th century, Gammage’s songs paint a picture of a nostalgic America that is gone but not forgotten.
Joining Phil in the Quartet are some of the top musicians in the country. Together they weave an evocative tapestry of sounds and words that leave their audiences wanting more.
“We’re totally digging it. Phil’s voice is as unique and smokey-rich as a Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley or freakin’ Frank Sinatra or something. This is petty amazing stuff.” ~ Impose Magazine
“For Gammage, it’s all about the song’s vibe and his long walks through The City That Never Sleeps, where he explores the late-night lifestyle. It’s a world of femme fatales, dark streets, potent cocktails, and a fast con.” ~ Stereo Embers
“There is a very big quality to his voice as if he has channeled Elvis, Johnny Cash, and Jim Morrison to create a sound that fills every crevice, which I find wonderful and, at times, overwhelming.” ~ Swept Magazine (Canada)
“Gammage’s cool baritone bounces off that luscious plate reverb to give that dark underbelly of America twang that gave a mystique to Presley, Cash, and Marty Robbins…”