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Somebody's Darling with special guests Creamer and Goodnight Ned

Somebody's Darling

Creamer, Goodnight Ned

$22.00 +fee
BUY
Saturday
27
JAN
6:00pm Bar Opens
7:00pm Theater Doors Open
8:00pm Showtime
All Ages
WHERE

The Kessler

1230 W. Davis St.

Dallas, TX 75208

Somebody's Darling with special guests Creamer and Goodnight Ned

"Somebody's Darling have all the elements you would expect from a Southern rock band: Lead singer Amber Farris' commanding vocals, dominant guitars, powerful drums, and lyrics that make you pay attention." -CULTURE COLLiDE

 

After a decade as a central figure in the Dallas-Fort Worth music scene, singer and songwriter Philip Creamer recently decided to move his young family to Nashville, TN where he would start work on his first solo project. Dovetail, the band he had formed with his younger brother and longtime friends, had dissolved and Creamer was set on finding a clean slate and new inspiration, so he packed up and headed east. The remaining members of the band went on to form the hit backing band, The Texas Gentlemen, and eventually would end up performing on Creamer’s upcoming album. Soon after moving, friend and Cordovas leading man, Joe Firstman, asked Creamer to open for him at east Nashville's legendary hang, The Family Wash. It was at this show where he attracted the attention of Pat Sansone (Wilco) and Audley Freed (Black Crowes, Sheryl Crow).

Quickly, he began a myriad of guest appearance as a featured lead vocalist, most at the invitation of Freed, with the backing of local greats including members of Cheap Trick, Sheryl Crow, Wilco, My Morning Jacket, Poco, Sturgil Simpson, and Jason Isbell. Creamer is noted for elating audiences with his expansive vocal range and dynamic, Harry Nillson-esque tone and control. In late 2016, the producer duo of Pat Sansone and Josh Shapera (Flaming Lips, The Autumn Defense) went to work on Creamer’s twelve-song debut album which features members of his former band, Freed, and Canadian drum wizard Dave King. The record wrapped in 2017 and while still unreleased, some tracks found their ways into the hands of tastemaker radio station Lightning 100 who have featured the songs “Magic” and “Daydreamer.” Now set with his backing band and performing as Creamer, he will begin touring nationally in September, starting with a support dates for Wilco and handful of solo shows.