Swamp Dogg In 1970, soul artist Jerry Williams, Jr. radically reinvented himself as Swamp Dogg: an anti-hero who smashes the conventions of commercial R&B music, and whose subversive lyrics earned him a spot on Richard Nixon’s infamous enemies list. Consequently, Swamp Dogg became one of the quintessential outsider figures in American music. Anno 2018, the 76-year old Southern soul maverick did it again. On his latest album ‘Love, Loss, and Auto-tune’, produced by Poliça’s Ryan Olson and Justin Vernon, Swamp Dogg transforms himself into a master of auto-tune, leaving the music business topsy-turvy. On an album filled with songs about being lonely, Swamp Dogg enriches his soulful sonic palette with inventive, crying synth tones and drum machines. Unable to show videos. Please click here to accept cookies and enable embedding of videos. back to line-up Spotify Unable to embed spotify. Please click here to accept cookies and enable playing of music. News Wed Jan 9th Listen: Swamp Dogg's Fireside Chat with Red Bull Radio, captured at LGW18 Wed Nov 7th LGW x Corderius College: students experience the music of festival artists Fri Nov 2nd Video portrait: Swamp Dogg talks Love, Loss, and Auto-Tune Fri Nov 2nd Video portrait: Swamp Dogg talks Love, Loss, and Auto-Tune Thu Sep 13th Listen to Swamp Dogg's new album 'Love, Loss and Auto-Tune'