Karl Stoll and the Danger Zone is a badass high-energy houserockin’ blues band performing in the Washington, DC area.
The Workhouse has been selected by DC Blues Society as
Best Self-Produced CD to be entered in the
International Blues Competition held by The Blues Foundation
in Memphis, TN in January.
The music is a unique mix of danceable rockin’ blues featuring the sounds of Chicago, New Orleans, Memphis, Texas and DC,
plus a list of electrifying original songs being played on radio stations across the country.
The band has appeared on NPR's "A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor". The debut album, Take A Ride, was nominated for Best Blues Recording by Washington Area Music Association. In recent years, The Danger Zone has appeared at The Hamilton in Washington, DC and The State Theatre in Falls Church, VA. The band regularly performs at area concerts, festivals, swing dances and dive bars. They have appeared at shows with Roomful of Blues, Sue Foley, Popa Chubby, Tom Principato, Anson Funderburgh & Mark Hummell, and others.
Now, the new album, The Workhouse, is on the radio and available on CD and your favorite streaming service.