“Most artists do their live performance video after they release the studio track. I’m doing the opposite. Live performance video first. I want people to see me play.”
Tomás Doncker has a new song and video with an uplifting message of hope and strength in a time of crisis.
When Larry Campbell, the GRAMMY-winning producer and longtime collaborator of Levon Helm, says he wants to collaborate – you listen. Just ask Roger Street Friedman,
Black’s new single, “I Have a Choice,” featuring Blind Boys of Alabama, drops today, March 13, National Good Samaritan Day.
“‘Who Sang It First,’ is about blues history, which is black history.”
“It occurred to me, I can play whatever kind of music I want.”
“I hope everybody finds the song uplifting!” – Joey Sommerville aka Papa J
“Everybody’s had a broken heart. We wanted to avoid a mopey ballad and power through it.”
Whether or not Fowler studied James Brown, Bootsy Collins, or George Clinton is irrelevant. Either way, he found “the one,” and puts that magical number forefront on this song.