DOUG BURR ‘O Ye Devastator’  05/04
The new Doug Burr record is coming !  This is our third release w/ Mr. Burr, and it is his finest work so far !   Please visit www.velvetbluemusic.com/burr to see, hear, read about him.  Team Clermont will be doing the radio / press for the record, but I wanted to give you the heads up.  You can contact them, or feel free to contact me as well.
Any of us will be happy to set you up with more photos, MP3, interview, etc.
Doug will be hitting the road for a national tour later this summer ….  for now :
04/09 Dallas, TX @ MusInk Festival w/ Old 97’s and Telegraph Canyon
04/17 Dallas, TX @ Good Records
04/24 Lubbock, TX @ Tornado Gallery
05/06 Marfa, TX @ marfa Film Festival
05/08 Austin, TX @ Lambert’s
05/13 Ft. Worth, TX @ Central Market
05/14 Dallas, TX @ Kessler Theater
05/21 Denton, TX @ Dans Silverleaf w/ Telegraph Canyon

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