Exclusive premiere of “Ride with Railroad Bill” music video at No Depression. Enjoy!
From the album Used Man For Sale. A gritty black and white video whose imagery is heavily influenced by the film noir of the 1940s. Another great production job by the folks at PreFab International Cine.
I’m looking forward on May 7th to making my debut at Daryl’s House (of Hall and Oates) in Pawling, NY. I’ll be helping 2016 Ameripolitan Awards Female Rockabilly Singer of the Year winner Lara Hope and the Ark-Tones celebrate their new CD/album release!
Great weather for MEDIA is proud to announce a special evening of poetry and conversation with Gerd Stern and Jesús Papoleto Meléndez, featuring guest appearances by poets Kat Georges, Ngoma Hill, Jane Ormerod, and special musical guests The Phil Gammage Quartet.
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.
Phil’s new music video for his song “Lost in Loserville” premiered at the influential music website Popdose. Filmed on outdoor locations and at the Green Kill artists space in Kingston, N.Y.
“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.”
Phil plays three songs from his album Used Man For Sale plus his song “Waiting For My Baby.” Just in time for the holiday season.
One voice, one acoustic guitar, and one harmonica. Recorded live with no studio enhancements. Raw, naked, and real. Phil Gammage’s performance October 20, 2016 on the Rock ‘n Soul show at Little Water Radio studios at the South Street Seaport in Manhattan, New York City.
“Lost in Loserville”. Watch the official video.
Phil Gammage music sampler. Listen.
A selection of songs from various Phil Gammage releases.