The Dynamites ft Charles Walker release 'Burn It Down' + 2009 tour dates

The Dynamites featuring Charles Walker will be at the Middle East, Boston, September 17th!

The Dynamites ft Charles Walker

Release 'Burn It Down' album September 15, 2009

Soul music is here to stay, and it’s still evolving. The Dynamites Featuring Charles Walker are living proof.

The Dynamites ft Charles Walker - Burn It Down

Nashville’s white hot deep funk band releases their highly anticipated second studio album, titled 'Burn It Down', on September 15, 2009. Look for the band on tour this Fall in support the new album.

For their 2nd LP, The Dynamites and their soul-shouting frontman deliver a slate of tunes that arrives right on time.

It’s a new day and Charles Walker and his band have something to say. The kind of story where you gotta tear it down to rebuild it, the greedy man ultimately gets his due, love rules the day and everybody gets down in the end. It’s a timeless tale, as relevant as ever, and it’s told here in a righteously funky fashion. Strike a match, light the fuse and BURN IT DOWN!

The Dynamites featuring Charles Walker will be at the Middle East, Boston September 17th!

Thursday September 17th @ 11:30 PM (Doors @ 8:00 PM)
Middle East Upstairs
472/480 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge
Tickets: $10.00
For more information please contact 617.492.4515 or visit Middle East Club

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The Dynamites 2009 confirmed tour dates:

(Dates and information subject to change.)

August 21st, Barley’s, Knoxville, TN
August 28th, Fort Wayne Botanical, Fort Wayne, IN
August 29th, Sweet Corn Festival, Urbana, IL
August 30th, Stokie’s Backlot Bash, Stokie, IL
September 11th, Mercy Lounge, Nashville, TN
September 12th, The Masquerade, Atlanta, GA
September 17th, Middle East Upstairs, Cambridge, MA
September 18th, Pianos, New York, NY
September 19th, The Note, Westchester, PA
September 20th, Southpaw, Brooklyn, NY
September 22nd, Beachland Tavern, Cleveland, OH
September 23rd, Schuba’s Tavern, Chicago, IL
September 24th, Radio Radio, Indianapolis, IN
September 25th, Southgate House, Newport, KY
September 26th, Skully’s Music Diner, Columbus, OH
October 2nd, Tipitina’s Uptown, New Orleans, LA

(Additional dates to be announced)

The release of 'Burn It Down' marks the highly anticipated follow-up to Charles Walker & The Dynamites’ first LP, Kaboom.

As the New York Times hailed:

"New York City has the Dap-Kings, Nashville has the Dynamites, whose approach is about three quarters James Brown with touches of Memphis, Motown and New Orleans. [And] The Dynamites have found a singer to put them across: Charles Walker, who has been on the soul circuit since the 1960s. His voice rivals better-known headliners; he’s an authoritative, gospel-steeped shouter and a dramatic ballad builder. It’s old-school music that works up a genuine sweat."

The Dynamites are: Charles Walker (vocals), Bill Elder, a.k.a. Leo Black (guitar), Chris West (saxophones and flute), Jon-Paul Frappier (trumpet), Charles Treadway and Tyrone Dickerson (organ), Chris Patterson (percussion), Derrek Phillips (drums), Jonathan Jackson (saxophone) and Rich Brinsfield (bass).

For the latest tour dates, music and information, go to:

The Dynamites on MySpace
The Dynamites Official Website

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