Lauded by none other than Eric Clapton as being one of the most talented guitarists in the world, Doyle Bramhall II has earned that title–not only for his playing, but also his extraordinary composition and production resume, which includes work with a staggering A-list of collaborators.
Bramhall recently released his fourth solo album, Rich Man, a documentation of both his physical and spiritual journeys during the past few years. Much of the record addresses the loss of Bramhall’s father, the elder Doyle Bramhall, who passed away in 2011.
Here, Bramhall shares the video for the song “New Faith,” which was recorded as a duet with Norah Jones on the album. “New Faith” is emblematic of the entire album–and especially poignant during this time in American history–in its hope that people can look beyond all that divides them and find a new way of thinking that enables peaceful progress through mutual respect and understanding.
Bramhall will be playing select dates through the end of the year in support of Rich Man. To keep up with his schedule, check here.