Blammity Blam began in as a group of friends playing music around the campfire in the American West. “Our music serves as the voice of our friendships and as a testament to life and great adventure,” the group says. “Together we raft rivers, sail on the ocean, scale desert towers, as well as enjoy our down time with home cooking. Our music is inspired by our lives, and the songs have a feel of journal entries. For us, the music is just another expression of life’s pleasures. Playing around a fire long into the night with the people we love could not have come together more naturally.”
Since 2005, the music has steadily progressed into new dimensions. In March 2013, Blammity Blam released Erosion Explosion, the debut studio album with twenty-one original songs. The group’s core members – Scott Place, Kristina Wood, Jordan Kueneman, and Joe Clark – collaborate to create a vibrant new sound rooted in Folk-Americana. Recorded at Black Lagoon Studios and supported by Tyler Kloewer on drums, Eric Clifford on Bass, and a close-knit group of musicians and engineers, Erosion Explosion succeeds with fantastic four part harmonies, and a feel that’s rich and genuine.
“Gone So Long”
“This Old Road”