Ted Russell Kamp is an L.A. based musician and songwriter.
He is member of Shooter Jennings and the .357's; constantly touring, writing, and recording with Shooter. In fact, most of this record was written and recorded in hotel rooms, buses, studios, and living rooms while Ted and Shooter toured the U.S. through most of 2005.
Named after the street that used to be the border between San Francisco and the 'country', this album features songs about divisions. It deals with tensions and borderlines in life: between the insider and the outsider, the city and the country, the mature vs. the immature, being in love vs. yearning fo love, what you want to be vs. who you are. Screwing up and trying to fix it. Dreaming and Dealing.
The record features duets with special guests:
JESSI COLTER on 'Looking For Someone' and
SHOOTER JENNINGS on 'Better Before You Were Big Time',
as well as other guests and friends from the country and rock communities of L.A., Nashville, and the members of Shooter and the .357's touring band.