MP3 David Kaemmer - Milk Cow Blues
Mostly Contest Style Texas Fiddle with a couple of heavy hitting swing improv tracks and an Irish medley mixed in.
14 MP3 Songs
FOLK: Traditional Folk, COUNTRY: Western Swing
Milk Cow Blues is my first CD. The instrumentation is fiddle and guitar. I am really happy with the swing solo on track 12 and the blues solo on track 14 . All of the songs are great and the CD flows very well, it is very enjoyable to listen to (my dad listens to it EVERY DAY!) I hope you like it as much as I do and THANK YOU for supporting independent musicians like myself. -- David
P.S. To get a better feel for the flow of the CD paste this link in your browser and click on Milk Cow Blues Trailer (it''s a trailer just like they use for movies)
Milk Cow Blues has been requested and played by DJs in ATL, New Mexico, Arizona, Kansas, and even Belgium! Younger children love the music, it includes a variety of fiddle styles, and simply put- its some real good fiddle music.
David has been called "one of the most talented violinists in the country" by New York City music critic Ruth Lebowitz and a "genius musician" by Richard Zoller of the Sierra Vista Herald.
David Kaemmer has been teaching fiddle and violin for 6 years and has spent a semester teaching at Vanderbilt University. He is a Suzuki certified violin/viola teacher and has spent over 45 hours observing master teachers. He is currently playing with the Busted Cowboys (western swing), the 1-5-1 Country Band, and with Michael Grande. He is a champion fiddler and his fiddle CD, Milk Cow Blues, has sold over 350 copies and received international airplay. He went to college in Nashville & got a music performance degree in jazz. While there he got classes from Vassar Clemens and Bobby Hicks and took lessons from Mark O’Connor, Buddy Spicher, Crystal Plohman, Regi Wooten, Elisabeth Small, and Martin Norgaard. David has played with Buddy Spicher and the Nashville Swing Band, the Wooten Brothers (funk), the Martin Norgaard Jazz Quartet, WES the Power Trio (funk), the Hovey Gospel Choir, the 36th Army Jazz Band, the Sierra Vista Symphony, Celtic Breeze (Irish), & Train Wreck (blues). He was a concerto competition winner at Belmont and has played in several quartets and is the music director for the Cochise County Youth Orchestra Fiddlin’ Around. He has composed and recorded original music for a documentary film and played and sang harmony on several recording sessions for various artists. David has been playing for 19 years; his other instruments are guitar, mandolin, and keyboard.