The great Jerry Williams Jr., in his Swamp Dogg guise, here releases the first great soul set of 2015 and the set’s title and the art work let you know, even before you’ve heard a note, that the music’s going to be as controversial and idiosyncratic as anything he’s recorded in his remarkable six decade […]
“The White Man Made Me Do It” finds Swamp Dogg once again marrying humorous social commentary and groovy soul. POPMATTERS’ link to the premiere here
SWAMP DOGG on the cover of the April issue of LIVING BLUES!
Swamp Dogg Speaks :: The Aquarium Drunkard Interview Jerry Williams Jr. didn’t adopt the handle “Swamp Dogg” in the early ‘70s in order to confuse, obfuscate, or mislead anyone. To hear the man tell it, he took on the name because it was imperative to do so. “It was born out of a necessity, to […]
Tha Real Mother****ing Doggfather WRITTEN BY David Marchese Jerry “Swamp Dogg” Williams is a cult hero with a painful history who’s responsible for some of the most unique rock-influenced R&B (and weirdest album covers) ever made. And he also happens to be a pioneering indie mini-mogul. DAVID MARCHESE traveled to Southern California to get down […]