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Randall Bramblett (Band and Solo) / Bio

Randall has a rich career dating back to the 70’s and is still thriving today – both as a songwriter/bandleader and as a first-call sideman to the stars. He landed on the speed dial of some of the greatest names in rock history, including Steve Winwood/Traffic (16 years), Levon Helm, Warren Haynes, Delbert McClinton. He’s certainly still well sought after – recently he’s been found playing with Steve Winwood and Widespread Panic at the Lockn’ Fest, The Allman Brothers at the Beacon Theater, on a CD and tour with Bonnie Raitt, and the Warren Haynes Xmas Jam.

Things hit high gear with the release of “The Bright Spots” on New West Records in 2013, charting well on Americana, Roots Rock and Triple A charts. Many critics wrote this is the best album of his career, and one of the top CD’s of 2013 including Sirius/XM’s The Loft, AllMusic.com, HITS Daily Double, The Americana Music Association, Cool Music & Movies, Wildman Steve Radio show, Australia’s Rhythm’s Magazine, WFPK and Al Kooper. No matter how many legends he has been involved with his music evolves, keeping a modern and cutting edge sound. Bramblett’s already shining star continues to rise.

Bonnie Raitt proclaims “You can’t do better than Randall Bramblett.”

“One of the South’s most lyrical and literate songwriters.” Rolling Stone

“This is a cool album that combines the vibe of a real-as-hell vintage soulman with modern musical ideas. You could listen to The Bright Spots all night, baby.” Jambands.com

General Info

Artist Name
Randall Bramblett (Band and Solo)
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/randallbramblettband
Active Since
01/73
Genres
Rock / Roots Music / Singer/Songwriter

Contact Info

Location
Athens, GA

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