Life Is a Lot Like a Song
Damien Lamb began playing music in the early 1960s in Garnerville, New York. During the mid to late 60s, he was a regular performer at Greenwich Village venues and the New Jersey shore. After a personal tragedy, Damien quit music in 1973 for nearly 25 years. Now he is back with a blend of folk and folk country music sure to inspire his audiences. His songs reflect life's ever-changing challenges with love, spirituality and society. On his CD, 'Life Is A Lot Like A Song' (Condado Productions 2003). Damien is accompanied by several top Panhandle Gulf Coast and Nashville performers including Rick Chancey, Ken Smith, Johnny Barbato, Patrick Harbison, Mark LeBorde and Allsion Byers. He currently resides in Perdido Key, Florida performs at a variety of venues and festivals in the Southeast and Texas.