Dewey Paul Band

Colorado Americana Music

Colorado Americana music by Dewey Paul Moffitt. JJ Cale Tribute CD. Bohemian Ghosts memoir author. Several albums worth of originals plus covers that range from Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, and JJ Cale to Grateful Dead and beyond. True tales of a modern day psychedelic adventurer in the vein of Kerouac, Wolfe, Bukowski, and Robbins. A memoir that chronicles the authors many adventures in the psychedelic Grateful Dead and Jam Band scene (Allmans, Phish, Panic, Blues Traveler, Pfunk). From his parking lot days to working backstage, the book examines how that wild counter-culture world impacted his early adult years and allowed him to discover his passion for the concert industry. 


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Fully-licensed official JJ Cale Tribute CD

JJ Cale doesn’t need an introduction, though he has long been one of rock’s under-appreciated players. From Lynyrd Skynyrd’s well-loved cover of “Call Me the Breeze,” to Clapton’s iconic take on “Cocaine” and Widespread Panic’s version of “Traveling Light,” any serious fan of classic rock knows that Cale is the man behind some of the greatest shuffle-driven ditties to come down the pike.

So it’s entirely apt that someone finally tips their hat to the troubadour with a heartfelt effort to cover some of his best material. Colorado musician Dewey Paul serves up a very pleasing platter on Cale -A Tribute to JJ Cale. From the excellent, soulful acoustic opener, “Fancy Dancer,” Paul runs through the troubadour’s best, including the always amusing “Mama Don’t,” a fittingly soothing “Magnolia,” a slinky “Ride Me and High,” and a “Thirteen Days” that hits the spot.

Paul deftly absorbs the spirit and feel of Cale’s work delivering 16 credible and fun cuts.

Cale – A Tribute to JJ Cale is out now.
— Nick Hutchinson, An Honest Tune

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Independently released in 2011, Dewey Paul Moffitt covers 16 JJ Cale classics while performing all the instrumentation himself on this fully licensed tribute CD. Moffitt is the first ever solo artist to release an entire tribute album to Mr. Cale.

Listen to some samples here (below)!