|Name:||Doyle Bramhall II|
|Birth Day:||December 24, 1968|
|#1||Renee Zellweger||$90 Million||N/A||51||Actor|
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1988 - Stu Blank - Under The Big Top 1990 - Marc Benno - Take It Back To Texas 1992 - Arc Angels - Arc Angels 1993 - Toni Price - Swim Away 1994 - Doyle Bramhall - Bird Nest On The Ground 1994 - Marc Benno - Snake Charmer 1996 - Doyle Bramhall II - Doyle Bramhall II 1998 - N'Dea Davenport - N'Dea Davenport 1999 - Doyle Bramhall II - Jellycream 1999 - Richie Kotzen - Break It All Down 1999 - Marty Grebb - Smooth Sailin' 1999 - Meshell Ndegéocello - Bitter 2000 - B.B. King & Eric Clapton - Riding with the King 2000 - Roger Waters - In the Flesh – Live 2000 - Indigenous - Circle 2001 - Eric Clapton - Reptile 2001 - Double Trouble - Been A Long Time 2001 - Doyle Bramhall II - Welcome 2001 - Neil Finn - One Nil 2001 - Jennifer Warnes - The Well 2002 - Sheryl Crow - C'mon C'mon 2002 - Lisa Marie Presley - To Whom It May Concern 2003 - Boyd Tinsley - True Reflections 2003 - Meshell Ndegéocello - Comfort Woman 2003 - Doyle Bramhall - Fitchburg Street 2003 - Jack Casady - Dream Factor 2003 - B.B. King - Reflections 2003 - Chris Botti - A Thousand Kisses Deep 2004 - Eric Clapton - Me and Mr. Johnson 2004 - Eric Clapton - Sessions for Robert J 2004 - C.C. Adcock - Lafayette Marquis 2005 - Eric Clapton - Back Home 2005 - Bettye LaVette - I've Got My Own Hell to Raise 2005 - Susan Tedeschi - Hope and Desire 2005 - Various Artists - Our New Orleans: A Benefit Album for the Gulf Coast 2005 - Nerina Pallot - Fires 2005 - JJ Cale & Eric Clapton - The Road to Escondido 2006 - John Legend - Once Again 2007 - Doyle Bramhall - Is It News 2007 - Miles Davis - Evolution Of The Groove 2007 - Soundtrack - I'm Not There 2007 - Meshell Ndegéocello - The World Has Made Me the Man of My Dreams 2008 - Michael McDonald - Soul Speak 2008 - Amos Lee - Last Days at the Lodge 2008 - Susan Tedeschi - Back to the River 2008 - Rodney Crowell - Sex and Gasoline 2008 - Baby Animals - Il Grande Silenzio 2009 - Taylor Hicks - The Distance 2009 - The Derek Trucks Band - Already Free 2009 - Arc Angels - Living in a Dream 2010 - Robert Randolph and the Family Band - We Walk This Road 2010 - Eric Clapton - Clapton 2010 - Elton John/Leon Russell - The Union 2010 - Sheryl Crow - 100 Miles from Memphis 2011 - Gregg Allman - Low Country Blues 2011 - fDeluxe - Gaslight 2012 - Soundtrack - The Music Of Nashville: Season 1 2012 - Willie Nelson - Heroes 2013 - Tedeschi Trucks Band - Made Up Mind 2013 - Paul Allen & The Underthinkers - Everywhere At Once 2013 - Elton John - The Diving Board 2013 - Eric Clapton - Old Sock 2014 - Johnny Hallyday - Le Cœur D'Un Homme 2014 - Eric Clapton - The Breeze: An Appreciation of JJ Cale 2014 - Meshell Ndegéocello - Comet, Come to Me 2014 - Jerry Lee Lewis - Rock & Roll Time 2014 - Ruthie Foster - Promise Of A Brand New Day 2015 - James McMurtry - Complicated Game 2015 - Bettye LaVette - Worthy 2015 - David Ryan Harris - Lightyears 2015 - Paul Young - Tomb Of Memories (The CBS Years 1982-1994) 2015 - Buddy Guy - Born to Play Guitar 2016 - Tedeschi Trucks Band - Let Me Get By 2016 - Doyle Bramhall II - Rich Man 2016 - Eric Clapton - Live in San Diego 2016 - Eric Clapton - Crossroads Revisited: Selections from the Crossroads Guitar Festivals 2017 - Sheryl Crow - Be Myself 2017 - Grainne Duffy - Where I Belong 2018 - Meshell Ndegéocello - Ventriloquism 2018 - Boz Scaggs - Out Of The Blues 2018 - Ann Wilson - Immortal 2018 - Doyle Bramhall II - Shades 2019 - Gary Clark Jr. - This Land 2019 - Tedeschi Trucks Band - Signs 2019 - Reese Wynans - Sweet Release 2019 - Robbie Robertson - Sinematic
When Bramhall was 18, he toured with Jimmie Vaughan's band, the Fabulous Thunderbirds. Two years later he co-founded the blues rock band Arc Angels with fellow Austinite Charlie Sexton and members from Stevie Ray Vaughan's rhythm section, Chris Layton and Tommy Shannon. In 1996, he released his first solo album, Doyle Bramhall II. Following the 1999 release of Jellycream, Bramhall's second album and first for RCA, he received phone calls from both Roger Waters and Eric Clapton. Bramhall joined Waters on his In the Flesh tour, playing guitar and providing background and lead vocals. His performances were recorded on the subsequent live album and DVD, In the Flesh – Live. Bramhall also played guitar on Clapton's Riding With the King, a collaboration with B.B. King. The album included versions of Clapton's and King's songs, and covers of blues songs—including two Bramhall-penned tracks originally from Jellycream.
In 2001, Bramhall released Welcome with his new band, Smokestack. The album's lead single, "Green Light Girl," was somewhat of a hit in the blues world. In 2006, Bramhall and Smokestack released a live DVD entitled Live at the Great Wall of China. Two audio tracks from the DVD were released on iTunes under the title of Doyle Bramhall II (Live at the Great Wall of China).
In the following years, Bramhall collaborated with artists such as T Bone Burnett, Elton John, Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, Gary Clark Jr., Gregg Allman, Dr. John, Allen Toussaint, Billy Preston, Erykah Badu, Questlove and Meshell Ndegeocello. Bramhall has produced several records, including Sheryl Crow's 100 Miles from Memphis in 2011. He also joined her on a tour for this album.
From 2012 to 2019, Bramhall was in a relationship with American actress and fellow native Texan, Renée Zellweger.
In 2013, Bramhall completed co-production on Eric Clapton's 2013 release Old Sock, and played guitars on his 2014 release The Breeze: An Appreciation of JJ Cale. He joined Clapton on his 50th anniversary tour as an opening act and backing musician. He appeared at Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival and was recorded for the subsequent live album and DVD. Bramhall played lead guitars on Elton John's 2013 album The Diving Board.
In 2015, he played with the Tedeschi Trucks Band and Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings for the "Wheels of Soul" tour across the United States. He performed both as an opening act and as a rhythm guitarist in the Tedeschi Trucks Band, performing songs ranging from his days with the Arc Angels to unreleased songs. Also in 2015, he performed a tribute concert to honor Joe Cocker along with the Tedeschi Trucks Band and alumni from the 1970 Joe Cocker Mad Dogs and Englishmen Tour, including Leon Russell, Rita Coolidge, Bobby Torres, Claudia Lennear, Chuck Blackwell, Pamela Polland, Daniel Moore, Matthew Moore, Chris Stainton, and photographer Linda Wolf. He also performed at the Mahindra Blues Festival in India alongside Buddy Guy and Quinn Sullivan in 2015.
On September 30, 2016, Bramhall released his 4th studio album titled Rich Man. The album consists of 12 originals and a cover of Jimi Hendrix's "Hear My Train A Comin'".
In 2018, Bramhall signed with the Mascot Label Group, with a new album expected that fall. The album, entitled "Shades", was planned to be released on October 5, 2018, following the lead single "Everything You Need", a duet with Eric Clapton. In addition to Clapton, the album featured collaborations with Norah Jones, Greyhounds, and Tedeschi Trucks Band.
Currently, Doyle Bramhall II is 52 years, 11 months and 14 days old. Doyle Bramhall II will celebrate 53rd birthday on a Friday 24th of December 2021.
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