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Eric Clapton featured Bramhall II’s songs and guitar work as part of Riding With The King, his Grammy winning project with B. The guitarist toured with Clapton throughout the world and their dramatic interplay thrilled fans and immediately drew comparisons to past triumphs such as Derek & The Dominoes.Bramhall II’s distinctive guitar work—he is a left handed player who plays a right handed strung guitar flipped upside down—left an indelible mark on Clapton albums such as Me And Mr. Both projects were highlighted by Bramhall II and Clapton stirring duets in the same Dallas room where Robert Johnson had originally recorded his legendary songs in 1937.
He first made his mark in the late '80s when he spent two years serving an apprenticeship on the road in Jimmy Vaughan's band, the Fabulous Thunderbirds.
Bramhall is also due to play at London's Under The Bridge venue as a headliner on Saturday 27th May as part of his first European tour.
SJF's Charles Waring recently caught up with the affable Texas troubadour, who talks in depth about his new recording and sheds light on his influences, history and what he likes to do when he's not focusing on music...
21 years later comes his Concord debut LP, 'Rich Man,' which shows Dallas-born Bramhall to be a gifted, thoughtful singer/songwriter as well as a talented fretboardist with a penchant for soulful, blues-infused material.
The album ranges from searing, earthy funk - 'Mama Can't Help You,' featuring the legendary R&B sticks man, James Gadson - to brassy R&B ('November'), atmospheric blues covers (Jimi Hendrix's 'Hear My Train A Comin''), African-tinged grooves ('Saharan Crossing') and deeper, long-form conceptual pieces ('The Samanas,' a tri-part suite).