The newly completed music album by Robert Kramer has been officially released today on October 28th.
Inspired by a train trip in 2018 while headed to Las Vegas to celebrate an anniversary with friends, the 12-song album,titled "Kingman Station" is a new project that has Kramer headed in different musical directions since his last release in 2016 with SHADOW LOGIC.
The album on the new "Travellin' Derby" record label, (the logo taken from a photograph Kramer snapped of a derby sitting on a pile of luggage), comes complete with a high caliber musical lineup with guest appearances by a energetic array of musical talent.
With veteran bassist Geoffrey Lowe on electric & stand-up bass guitar, Dave Rice on keys & musical arrangements, Larry Ortega on drums/percussion, the addition of Jennifer Lowe (The Cover Girls) on electric violin, and topped with the intuitive slide guitar of Chris Siebold, & a special guest appearance by Grammy Award winner Howard Levy on harmonica, the album is a welcome return to the classic memorable songwriting with great performances by a live, top-shelf lineup.
Kramer covers the rock, blues, jazz, and country genres easily thruout the album, with a few of the songs hinting at the experiences during his whistlestop in KINGMAN, ARIZONA.
Additional guitar layers by Bill Demis, Jim Lyon & Voja "Vic" Ciric, soulful lead guitar by Chris "Prince" Fisher, and power backup vocals by Randy McAllister make Robert Kramers' "Kingman Station" a great musical trip. All Aboard!