"Redneck Jazz Explosion" "The Humbler - Danny Gatton" has licensed footage from "Redneck Jazz" for use in our feature documentary on Danny Gatton. These are some excerpts from " Song of India".
1993 Troubadour, West Hollywood, California. Excerpt from Harlem Nocturne from the show. Footage was shot by Robert Kittilä and donated to The Humbler - Danny Gatton feature documentary.
This is a video of Danny Gatton playing Harlem Nocturne posted by Robert Kittilå on You Tube.
An excerpt from the feature documentary "The Humbler - Danny Gatton". Danny Gatton and Les Paul discuss each other in mutual admiration. "Sleepwalk" is from a concert at the Flood Zone in 1990 with Danny Gatton and Bill Kirchen on guitars, John Previti on Bass, Dave Elliott on drums and Bruce Swaim on tenor sax.
Once Danny Gatton had the prototype of the #Fender Custom Shop #DannyGatton Signature Telecaster he felt he could trade his loved but very worn 1953 Telecaster for a 1934 Ford. Music from the "Relentless" Album - "Gearheads" by D. Gatton. Danny Gatton - Guitar, Joey DeFrancesco, keyboards, John Previti, bass and Tim Biery, drums. Shot on location at Danny's farm in Southern Maryland. Video cameras were Ron Leidelmeyer and Matt Dibble, sound by Edna Snow, Stills by Mark Daniels, Producer/Director, Virginia Quesada.
"Too Much Fun" - Live at The Flood Zone - Excerpt of a concert with Danny Gatton and Bill Kirchen on guitars, Dave Elliott on drums, John Previti on bass and Bruce Swaim on tenor sax. Live at the Flood Zone will be featured in the feature documentary - The Humbler -Danny Gatton. www.the humbler movie.com www.facebook/com.thehumblermovie. This is a board mix - we have a 24 track recording which will be merged with the final film.
Excerpt from an American Shop episode hosted by Vince Gill. Vince got to invite two of his favorite fellow guitarists to perform so he asked Danny Gatton and Albert Lee. Danny solos in this version of Remington Ride. As Vince Gill put it after the show "there were no notes left when we were done".
Danny plays "Seven Come Eleven" captured at the Troubadour in LA in 1993. Posted by Robert Kittilå on You Tube.
Drivin'Wheel - Robert Gordon and Danny Gatton live at Berkeley Square in 1981. Posted by Eric Cajundelyon on You Tube.
Danny Gatton and Billy Windsor at the Birchmere in Arlington, Virginia circa 1989. The song was "Redneck Blues". Posted by Robert Kittilå on You Tube.
Robert Gordon featuring Danny Gatton on SCTV 1984. Song is "Someday, Someway". Posted on You Tube by LinkWray.com