Tuesday, November 26, 2019

The Godfather Of Swamp Pop Is "Taking The World By Storm" With His New Album

What began as a biography about Warren Storm, "The Godfather Of Swamp Pop," by author/producer Yvette Landry has also created a new album from Storm titled "Taking The World By Storm." The book talks about Warren Storm growing up in rural Vermillion Parish, meeting Elvis Presley at Graceland, shaking Hank Williams' hand and sharing the stage with rock idols Robert Plant and Fats Domino. Storm's musical career has lasted over seven decades and talking about his past has inspired him to record a new album, live in the studio, straight to tape with the help of some special guests.

Warren Storm's new album begins with the John Fogerty original "Long As I Can See The Light," as he pays his respect to fellow swamp rockers Creedence Clearwater Revival with this spot on classic rendition. Storm brings back the pride of his fifties sound with "Matahilda," before delivering the swinging R&B groove of "Let The Four Winds Blow." He slows the pace down for the "Tennessee Blues" and "My House Of Memories," then finds the perfect classic touch of "Troubles, Troubles." Warren Storm closes out his new album with "Raining In My Heart," as Warren can still belt out those lyrics with passion and soul, even at 82 years old. To find out more about Warren Storm's new album "Taking The World By Storm," please visit yvettelandry.com

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