"American Rail," the latest studio album from Washington, D.C.,
native, Ted Garber, is a progressive and upbeat approach to the
ever-eclectic roots-rock genre. Inspired by years of travel, the songs
are a tribute to the indomitable human spirit. Featuring styles
ranging from electrifying, pulsating rock n' roll, to lush, cinematic
ballads, to New Orleans street funk, to Latin-jazz, to blues, to
alt-country to punk, "American Rail" has something for everyone.
The songwriter uses his distinct bluesy vocals and potent guitar chops to weave stories about
the indomitable human spirit and the connection all people share. The songs deal with issues of hope, faith, accountability, responsibility and personal growth. Produced by local powerhouse, Marco Delmar, "Rail" showcases some of the Mid-Atlantic's best talent, including appearances by Mary Ann Redmond, Mike Clem (Eddie From
Ohio), Chris Watling (Last Train Home, The Grandsons), Brian Simms (Junkyard Saints) and many more.