The American Songster Highlights


New Reissue Album

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“This album is a meeting of a lot of songs and arrangements I’ve had in my mind for the past decade. When I made this record I wanted to focus on producing an ensemble of talented musicians that represent traditional roots music as well it’s inroads into country & western, rhythm & blues, jazz, folk, bluegrass, and hip hop music. Visually, I chose to work with photographer and Music Maker Relief Foundation founder Timothy Duffy using his tintype photographs and images taken at the “Warren Store”. In a final note, I cannot finish these notes without mentioning the work of engineer Jason Richmond.  I chose to work with Jason after hearing his studio work with a wide range of jazz and world musicians.  Instead of treating the album like a folk “field” recording with one microphone in the room, I wanted to get a big, clean sound like a classic bebop jazz record. “- Prospect Hill: The American Songster Omnibus liner notes

Available Now on Omnivore Recordings

In 2018, Dom joined the roster at Los Angeles based Music Management Company, 72 Music Management. Here is a picture of Dom Flemons and his Manager, Jeff DeLia on the Red Carpet at the 61st GRAMMY Awards.

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“Dom Joins Madison House Booking Agency Roster!”

For more information contact Booking Agent, Jon Bell



Rolling Stone: Dom Flemons Plans Expanded Reissue of 2014 Album ‘Prospect Hill’

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Dom Receives the 2020 United States Artists Fellowship



Dom Flemons with Ken Burns: (Photo credit: Christopher Wilson)

On October 18th, 2019, Grammy award-winning musician and former NMAH Artist-in-Residence, Dom Flemons, kicked off a performance at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, that focused on the diversity of country music.  The roundtable, featuring Ken Burns, the Better Angels Society Board Members, and public historian Christopher Wilson, explored the power of history in shaping a more humane future, historical legacy, and documentary filmmaking and museums as public history. The Next Generation Angels Award winners had the opportunity to interact with the panel and share their experiences as young historians and filmmakers.

Dom Flemons with Quincy Jones: (Photo Credit: Dennis Manuel)

In April 2019, Flemons was chosen to be a “Spotlight Artist” at the Soundtrack of America event at the “Shed” in New York City which was curated by the World Renowned Quincy Jones and EMMY Award Winning Director Steve McQueen.



Dom Flemons receives a 2019 Grammy Nomination for “Best Folk Album” for his solo album “Black Cowboys” which was released on Smithsonian Folkways.

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Rolling Stone:‘Old Town Road’ and the History of Black Cowboys in America.

Singer-songwriter Dom Flemons on the cultural roots of Lil Nas X’s country-trap hit: “To see that mainstream stars are picking up on this idea, I think it’s fantastic.” Read more here. 

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