James Maddock & David Immerglück sit down for a One On One Session in the Garden during The Outlaw Roadshow in New York City on October19th, 2016. Watch the full session here: https://youtu.be/4B44qAjcJWQ For more info visit: http://www.Jamesmaddock.net & http://theoutlawroadshow.com Audio & Video by: Ehud Lazin
Once There Was A Boy
The Elephant Song
I Can’t Settle
Sunrise On Avenue C
James Maddock is a British singer-songwriter and performing musician. Originally from Countesthorpe, Leicester, Maddock has been based in New York City since 2003.
One of his earlier bands, ‘Fire Next Time,’ up-tempo left-wing soul (a la The Redskins), released a well-received album ‘North to South’ on Polydor Records in 1988.
Maddock’s first public success in the U.S. was with his band Wood, whose album Songs From Stamford Hill produced multiple songs appearing on the hit TV show Dawson’s Creek, including the Top 5 single ‘Stay You’.
Maddock at Light of Day 2012 in Figino Serenza (Italy)
Maddock, though British, is largely associated with the Americana music style and has performed with Bruce Springsteen. Maddock has since become a solo artist with several albums, including ‘Sunrise on Avenue C’ (2009) which won the 2010/11 NY Music Award for ‘Best Americana Album’, and is currently a resident artist at Rockwood Music Hall in New York City.
Maddock’s most recent albums, Sunrise on Avenue C, Jimmy & Immy Live at Rockwood Music Hall (with David Immerglück), Wake Up and Dream, James Maddock: Live At the Rockwood Music Hall, and “Another Life” were released by the independent record label Casa Del Fuego.
“Another Life” has been featured in both American Songwriter Magazine and CMT Edge, which calls “Another Life” “an album that finds [Maddock] crooning an old-school folk ballad one minute and rasping his way through a rusty-edged pop tune the next.”
James Maddock is represented exclusively by Global Positioning Services in Santa Monica and New York City. Maddock has appeared on CBS This morning and the David Letterman Show.
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