Doug Wamble

Doug Wamble ( born 1974 in Clarksville, Tennessee) is an American guitarist, singer and songwriter, Southern music connects with rural blues, gospel, swing and post-bop.

Wamble grew up in Nashville and had clarinet lessons. During the college visit to Memphis State, he switched to guitar; his early idols were Albert King, B.B. King and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Through the music of guitarist Charlie Christian, he came to jazz; he studied at the Memphis State University to become a sound engineer. Under the shadow of Harry Connick Jr. concert with guitarist Russell Malone, he decided on a career as a musician, moved to the University of North Florida in Jacksonville; his master he eventually graduated from Northwestern University in Chicago. In 1997 he moved to New York City, where he worked with Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, later he appeared with Madeleine Peyroux and Cassandra Wilson, on their album Traveling Miles (1999 ), he is heard. On the label of Branford Marsalis released his debut album Country Libations, followed by Blue State in 2005. On his third album produced by Lee Townsend played Wamble with guest musicians such as Charlie Hunter, Carrie Rodriguez and Steven Bernstein published in 2003. He lives in New York's Bronx.

Among his influences Wamble counts the trombonist Tricky Sam Nanton Ellington, the Steel guitarist Robert Randolph and Aubrey Ghent and Derek Trucks and David Tronzo.