“See this guy? He’s only one of the most original and profoundly satisfying artists around today.”
— Mike Greenblatt, Goldmine Magazine
Jesup, Georgia born multi-instrumentalist Randall Bramblett may be known as Southern Rock Royalty for playing on stage with rock heroes like Bonnie Raitt, The Allman Brothers Band, Steve Winwood (16 years) and Widespread Panic. And respected for his songwriting - he penned the title track for the Grammy nominated Blind Boys of Alabama’s new album, adding to a long catalog of songs covered by Raitt, Gregg Allman, Bonnie Bramlett, Hot Tuna, Delbert McClinton, Bettye LaVette and more. But it’s Bramblett’s own career as frontman, creating 11 albums, where his artistry is in full display.
Deep into his self-described second act of his solo career, and living in Athens, Georgia, Bramblett’s talents are repeatedly praised by musicians, critics and fans. He continues his storied career with continual reinvention and true conviction on his latest album, Juke Joint at the Edge of the World. With a commitment to the necessary mutation of music, Bramblett has kept his solo career as fresh as the day it began. Reason #528 he is Georgia’s Musical Treasure.
Check out the incredible musicians he has played and recorded with here!
Tenth Anniversary Edition of 'The Meantime'
Release date Jan. 31 on New West
New West Records will release a 10th Anniversary Edition of Randall Bramblett’s 2010 studio album The Meantime on January 31st. The 14-song set was produced by Bramblett and recorded and mixed by John Keane at John Keane Studios in Athens, GA. The new, deluxe edition of the album includes two previously unreleased bonus tracks from the original sessions. Remastered for vinyl by Jason NeSmith at Chase Park Transduction in Athens, GA, The Meantime will be available as a double LP pressed on Limited Edition Burnt Orange Vinyl and CD. Hear the premiere of "Vibrating Strings" from Pop Matters here.