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SDW TO RELEASE THEIR 5TH
FULL LENGTH ALBUM
Nashville, TN – NOVEMBER 1,
2012 – SDW (SwampDaWamp)
are excited to announce their forthcoming new album. Aptly titled; “Lost At
Sea, Live” the new album is to be a double live set with over 25 songs and
5 brand new bonus tracks. The scheduled release will be available on vinyl, CD,
USB and digitally.
SDW has worked it out with
NAHA (Native American Heritage Association) to record the live album set onboard
the Rock Legends Cruise 2 and is offering up some cool participation opportunities
for the patrons on board the Ship. Between Jan 10 and Jan 14, 2013 SDW will perform
3 shows on board the Royal Caribbean’s Liberty Of The Seas vessel and
compile the best moments as they happened for the set. Show # 2 in the Studio
B facility will be a special show offering up close and personal involvement
with the fans as SDW walks them through the process of recording a live album of
fun and great music.
SDW is no stranger to performing
concerts on cruise liners. This will be the bands 4th major cruise and
2nd appearance onboard the Rock Legends cruise. SDW has shared the cruise
stages with Artists ZZ Top, Lynyrd Skynyrd, 38 Special, The Marshall Tucker Band,
Molly Hatchet, The Outlaws, Pat Travers, Blackberry Smoke, and the list goes on.
On the upcoming RLC 2, SDW joins Kansas, Foreigner, Paul Rogers, BOC, BTO, and the
Kentucky Headhunters just to name a few. To learn more about the cruise please visit
SDW will be documenting the shows
with video and photos and are encouraging their fans to come and get in on the action
while creating this historic piece of memorabilia of a lifetime. The documentary,
book and dvd, will be part of a special package release for SDW fan club members
as well as international availability.
are a Nashville-Carolina based band whose sound is a modern contemporary update
on the classic Southern rock genre of bands like Lynyrd Skynyrd and Molly Hatchett.”…Just