Damon Dotson Downtown Live

Damon Dotson Downtown Live

  • Posted: Jul 19, 2018
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Date/Time
Date(s) - 07/19/2018
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
Sioux City Public Museum
607 4th St.
Sioux City, Iowa


Join us for our July 19 performance on the lawn of the Sioux City Public Museum at 4th & Nebraska!

Price: $3 per show. Tickets sold at gate.

Damon Dotson MUSIC
Damon Dotson is a singer/songwriter based out of Des Moines, IA and originally from Northwest Iowa. Dotson has opened for legendary performers like BB King, Willie Nelson, The Beach Boys, as well as modern artists like Matt Nathanson, Edwin McCain, and The Lone Bellow. Dotson has sustained his career for ten years including the release of four of his original albums and countless shows all throughout the Midwest without a record label or management.

After a two year stint in Nashville, TN, Dotson moved back to Des Moines with new sense of musical and personal maturity. He wasted little time jumping back into touring and began recording his fourth album. The release of “Tumblin’” in March of 2015 clearly demonstrates his bold transformation with a variety of up-beat tunes and heart melting ballads. On the heals of a SOLD OUT album release show with over 600 in attendance the release of “Tumblin” on iTunes garnered nationwide acclaim by climbing to #24 on the iTunes rock charts.

Amidst musical giants like The Beatles, Elton John, and Pink Floyd on the charts it proves that Damon’s music and talent “belongs” and deserves to be heard on a large scale. Dotson channeled his heroes like Dave Matthews and Willie Nelson to make a sound that is all his own, and it’s working! Damon was also recently invited to sing “America The Beautiful” on the floor of the House of Representatives at the Iowa State Capitol in Des Moines. He is only one of two people to share this honor; the other being world renowned opera singer Simon Estes. Dotson has also sang the National Anthem at big time sporting events at Hilton Coliseum in Ames, IA, Wells Fargo arena in Des Moines, IA, and TD Ameritrade ball park in Omaha, NE.