The story so far...
The Almighty Man Band is the musical moniker and stage name of musician and singer/songwriter Richard Davies (Wales, UK).
Supported by a collection of assorted musicians his music and sound draws on influences ranging from Buffalo Springfield/Neil Young through to Led Zeppelin and Bruce Springsteen. The Debut Album “Close Enough to Touch” is produced by Charlie Francis and features notable performances from James Walbourne (The Rails) and Jack Eggleston (Future of the Left) and evokes memories of lost summer nights, heartbreak and road trips.
Conceived in 2005, The Almighty Man Band takes its name from The Temptations' song “Law of the Land”. Initially intended to bring focus to the differing musical influences that came to bear during live performance and in the studio the style and sound now familiar to the core sound finally settled in 2006.
A meeting with producer Charlie Francis in late 2011 ushered in a new phase in conceptual and material development of The Almighty Man Band’s life. The debut album “Close Enough to Touch” features contributions from various musicians whose talent and influence bring an authenticity and familiarity to the band’s feel and sound.
Currently taking a writing and performance break to enable the completion of new material The Almighty Man Band will soon be greeting audiences with old classics and introducing future friends.
The journey continues…
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