Saturday, July 4, 2020

Ted Russell Kamp Emerges From "Down In The Den" With Some Brand New Music

American roots/soul artist Ted Russell Kamp is preparing to release his new studio album "Down In The Den" on July 24th. It features fourteen tracks that finds Kamp lending his vocals to every song, as well as providing the bass, acoustic guitar, keyboards and percussion on most of the tracks.

He begins his new album with the boogie-shuffle country rocker "Home Sweet Hollywood," which also features Shooter Jennings adding some vocals. The tempo slows down for the quiet blues of "Have Some Faith," before bringing back the joy with the light-hearted southern roots romp of "Waste A Little Time With Me." Singer/guitarist Gordy Quist (Band Of Heathens) harmonizes with Kamp on the gentle acoustic ballad "Hold On,"before Ted Russell Kamp goes solo with the poetry of "Rainy Day Valentine."

The tempo picks back up with the country swagger of "The Good Part" and "My Turn To Cry," before singer Shane Alexander joins in the delivery of the emotional ballad "Only Son."  Ted Russell Kamp finishes up his new album with the built-up melody of "Every Little Thing You Need" and the mellow, country acoustics of "Take My Song With You," which is highlighted by the sweet vocals of Kirsten Proffit. To find out more about Ted Russell Kamp and his latest release "Down In The Den," please visit tedrussellkamp.com

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