Coming Soon!

Lou's new album “Hanging at the Luna Star” 

I am recording these songs now is because they finally deserve to see the light of day and I feel it’s my best work to date. I’m hoping you will feel the same way too and with some of the rough mixes coming back to me from my producer, I am confident this will be my best album yet. 

As a tribute, the record is called “Hanging at The Luna Star” and the musicians who play on this record regularly record in Nashville and in Muscle Shoals. 

The songs range from the auto-biographical, - ‘Hank Songs at the Luna Star’ and ‘Once Upon a Time’; to the political, - ‘United States of Debt’ and my own version of Tracy Chapman’s ‘Talkin’ Bout a Revolution’; I’ve also written about relationships, like ‘Just Anyone and ‘The Runner Up’; the environment, ‘Our Maldives’; addiction, ‘Last Time Again’; and even a song about writing songs, ‘Feels Like Saying Amen’ and ‘Write Yourself a song’. There is a little something for everyone on this record!

“Lou Dominguez has released his third album, ‘We The People’ and we are a lucky bunch of listeners” - John Shelton Ivany (JSI Top 21)

Lou Dominguez is a modern-day folk singer and award-winning songwriter in the tradition of Phil Ochs, Pete Seeger, Bruce Springsteen and Woody Guthrie.  Lou does not shy away from political and social issues while still being able to deliver heartfelt songs about everyday experiences.

We The People reached #11 on the Folk Radio Chart in November 2013 and “Citizens United” and “All The Way To Iraq” tied for the #10 most played songs.

We The People was the #20 most Downloaded Album on Airplay Direct's Global Folk and Bluegrass Chart, December 2013