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Jam Camp Live! Debuts at Dogstock Music Festival

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Seattle, Washington-August 26, 2006-- Jam Camp is an accomplished jazz-rock-fusion band based in the Seattle area. After releasing two critically acclaimed studio albums, Jam Camp and Black Hills Jam-Preserves Volume 2, the band has selected 11 tracks from recent live performances for Jam Camp Live!, which will be a limited release Dogstock Special Edition.

The live recording will be available this upcoming Labor Day at the Dogstock Music Festival in Melvern, KS. The four-day festival is for the benefit of The Akita Adoption & Rescue Foundation. The band hopes supporters of the cause and their music will attend to enjoy a great festival weekend. Everyone in attendance will have an opportunity to purchase this fine souvenir of the Jam Camp live experience.

Jam Camp Live! consists of tracks from performances in April, June, and July of this year, all masterfully mixed for optimum listening pleasure.

Fans of jazz, jam, and progressive rock will find continual enjoyment with Jam Camp Live! The CD offers 70 minutes of prime Jam Camp performances. The band combines their colorful brand of fusion with long stretches of improvisation, innovative guitar-sax interplay over relentless jam band grooves. This release should satisfy both the psychedelic rock crowd and the most discerning fusion listeners.

The future indeed looks bright for the Northwest-based ensemble and most certainly, there will be many releases to come. Their next archival release is due in November and plans are set for a new studio release in January, following all of that activity a re-issuing of their first studio release with bonus tracks will accompany a five disc boxed set.

Jam Camp’s latest news, pictures, and CDs are available from their website and CD Baby.

Contact: Joel Veatch
Company: Jam Camp Entertainment
Address: 1944 Pacific Avenue Suite 202, Tacoma, WA 98402
Telephone: 206-225-3601
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