Karl Stoll - Guitar & Vocals

Brian Alpert - Drums

John Dickson - Harmonica

Steve Wolf, Glenn Shoup - Bass
Shep Williams, David Gorozdos - Keys


 

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Karl Stoll and the Danger Zone is a badass high-energy houserockin’ blues band performing in the Washington, DC area.

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. 

Come see why people say they are the most dangerous band in town

Check Out the new album from Karl Stoll & The Danger Zone
The Workhouse is now available on CD and streaming apps
Spotify,  Amazon , Apple Music, and other streaming apps

CDs and t-shirts now available in our Store 


The Danger Zone Song List

All My Money - Karl Stoll
Baby What You Want Me To Do - Jimmy Reed
Bad Girl - Karl Stoll
Big Boss Man - Jimmy Reed
Brown Shoes - Kent Dykes – Omar & The Howlers
Cadillac - Karl Stoll
Caldonia - Fleecie Moore/Louis Jordan
Call My Job - Albert King / Son Seals
Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White - Louiguy
Crosscut Saw - Albert King
Dead Flowers - The Rolling Stones
Deep Blue C - Karl Stoll
Don't Know Beans - Tinsley Ellis
Every Time I Roll the Dice - Delbert McClinton - Max D. Barnes/Troy Seals
Fantasy Girl - Karl Stoll
Fine Fine Fine - Rockpile - Dave Edmunds / Nick Lowe
Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash
Gasoline and Matches - Buddy & Julie Miller
Gibson Creek Shuffle - Charles Ford Band
Got My Mojo Workin' - Muddy Waters/Preston "Red" Foster
Great Rain - John Prine & Mike Campbell
Guard Your Heart - The Nighthawks
He Was My Dad - Karl Stoll
Help Me - Sonny Boy Williamson II
Hey Pocky Way - Neville Brothers
High Blood Pressure - Huey "Piano" Smith

Honest I Do - Jimmy Reed
Honey Don't - Carl Perkins
How Blue Can You Get - BB King
I Got A Woman - Ray Charles
I Hear You Knockin' - Lazy Lester
I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man - Muddy Waters / Willie Dixon
I Want To Be Loved - Muddy Waters
If You Love Me Like You Say - Albert Collins
Iko Iko - Dr. John / James "Sugarboy" Crawford
Jambalaya - Hank Williams
Jeff's Boogie - Jeff Beck
Jumpin' Bad - The Fabulous Thunderbirds
Just Wanna Be With You - John Prine
Key to the Highway - Big Bill Broonzy
Life Is a Beach - Karl Stoll
Little Bitty Pretty One / Rockin' Robin - Bobby Day 
Little Sister - Elvis / Doc Pomus & Mort Shuman
Love is a two Way Street - Karl Stoll 
Meet Me in New Orleans Karl Stoll
Metropolitan Avenue - The Nighthawks
Midnight In Memphis - Tony Johnson / Bill Kirchen
Midnight Rambler - The Rolling Stones
Movin' Up In Class - The Nighthawks
No Name GirlBilly Lee Riley
Not Fade Away - Buddy Holly
One After 909 - The Beatles
Open Your Arms - Karl Stoll
Poolside - Webb Wilder