Hey all, join us in NYC on Thursday, September 5 at 9pm to celebrate the release of my new album “It’s All Real Good” at the 11th Street Bar (510 E. 11th St.). We’ll have special guests performing and of course CDs! My pals Jim Petrie and the Dirty Dishes get it started at 8pm.
Phil’s new music video “Maybe Tomorrow” from his album Used Man For Sale has premiered at the great music website The Daily Country.
New York-based recording artist Phil Gammage’s latest music video from his new album Used Man For Sale is for his song “Maybe Tomorrow”. The tune is a departure from Phil’s usual blues-based songwriting style and captures the vibe of the 1960’s era Nashville “countrypolitan sound”. It features a Floyd Cramer influenced piano along Gammage’s powerful baritone lead vocals.
AHPresents welcomes Dina Regine, Phil Gammage, and Anne Husick to their Songwriter Circle Series on Thursday, May 12 7:30–9pm. The Series features NYC’s best songwriters alternately performing their songs in an intimate cafe setting.
Join us for an evening of music and stories. No cover charge, all ages, and great food and drink at the Sidewalk Cafe (94 Ave. A @ E. 6st.) in Manhattan’s East Village.
Phil Gammage is the consummate live performer, lyricist, singer, guitarist, and harmonica player who brings a unique depth and drama to music, playing original blues/americana. This spring he is working on recording his seventh solo album and touring Europe with rock band Certain General.
Performing Songwriter Magazine called Dina Regine‘s style ‘roots music with a modern twist’. Musician, photographer, and club/event DJ are the titles Regine juggles with a fierce passion. www.dinaregine.com/
Anne Husick has worn many hats in the music biz — from singer/songwriter/musician to soundperson to booking agent/party promoter. Aside from currently playing bass in Red Gretchen and The Cynz, Anne has been focused on writing and performing her own songs relevant to the world and her position in it. http://scarletdukes.com/wordpress/?page_id=1106