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Lil' Red Guitar

Lil' Red Guitar

  • By Will Dunlap
  • Release 12/04/2005
  • Music Genre Rock
  • Media Format CD
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---TEXAS ROCK!--BLUESY BARITONE -ECLECTIC!-Lil'Red Guitar features 46 mins of: Rockin'Audio plus a hidden Video and three mp3s of Will and his big Baritone guitar recorded 'live & solo' in Austin Tx! Will Dunlap has spent three decades perfecting his craft.In this Will's third CD he captures the wild tones of [the Big Texas rock guitar]!Give track one a chance and I think you will agree! Also on this disc are some fun acoustic tunes and World music.It's a party album from the get go, but calms down in the middle to give the listener a chance to catch his breath.If you like Hard Blues,Roots and Eclectic Americana this CD will 'take you there'. Will is reinventing the baritone guitar and he uses it to it's potential on tracks 1,2,9 and 14!] Remember: Hidden in this disc are Live mp3s and a full length video of Will and his rhythm section in the recording studio.[just open the disc on your computer and look for [lost in Austin file]. Thanks Eric Leikam for playing these songs on KGSR107.1fm Radio Austin!Also Dutch Coast Radio for featuring this CD on the 2007 special: Baritone Blues! BIO: Will's grandmother was a soprano on Broadway who worked with and knew personally the great Irving Berlin! From an early age Will learned a lot about performance from sitting at the piano and watching her sing and play classics from the 30's 40's and 50's. Will grew up also listening to his dad singing and playing folk guitars at local parties ect....In the 1970's Will was a drummer who helped build the Denver based 'Lightning' into a successful rock and roll show band.During those days 'Wild' Will was known simply as Bill Dunlap.They used to have regular jam sessions with the likes of the now internationally famous sax player Nelson Rangell.He later studied drums at Berkley College of Music in Boston and Bass & music theory at North Texas State in Denton Tx.In 1980 Will moved to Austin and got his first shot when singer Vicky Southern took his songs into the studio to record with some of Austin's best.During this period he co-wrote lots of songs with friend Mark Dorsey and first met his long term band mates: Carl Childs,Sam McBurnett and J.D. Higginbotham.Will,Carl and the boys had two Austin Bands that played all the old haunts. In the 90's he freelanced as the drummer with the J.W. Davis Jazz group that featured the late great Pat Patterson on trumpet!Latin Percussionist Jorge DeArmas joined the band in 1995 and Viola player Rob Radmer added his talents in 2001.The rest is History! From'Old Steamboat,Joe's Generic and Chicago House' in the eighties to 'Liberty Lunch,Flamingo Cantina and 'The Austin Music Hall' in the 90's Will and his various bands have done their time in the ranks.Now days Will plays every Tuesday at Waterloo Ice House 38th and Medical pkwy 7-9pm.He also has joined up with the all star 'Rockin'Gospel Project' group who have been featured in a documentary about the life of Maria! They play live every 2nd Sunday of the month at Maria's Taco-Xpress in Austin.12:00 - 2:00pm. Highlights: The Christmas Eve show 2005 at The Saxon Pub with Timothy Curry and Ray Benson was a magical night! With Ray and Tim singing masterfully,Will playing rhythm on Acoustic Baritone guitar and Ray really cutting loose with fluid Jazzy leads it was a night to remember!

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Artist: Will Dunlap
Title: Lil' Red Guitar
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 12/04/2005
Label: CD Baby
Media Format: CD
UPC: 733792462427
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