Some Howie Damron News

From Brother Howie Damron:

I can’t believe that April 1st is the 9th anniversary of the first time I ever presented my Masonic Pride Tour. Now countless performances and close to a million miles have passed.  As I’m reflecting back and doing self examination of where I’ve traveled and whom my music has allowed me to meet in our Brotherhood I’m humbled to know that they are out there keeping the Masonic Spirit alive.

As many of you know I would have never written my first Masonic song had it not have been for the late Great Brother Rich Stoll who passed away from Pancreatic Cancer. The Great Creator has sent another wonderful chapter in my Masonic Music career recently with a new exciting group of Publicists.

I want to invite everyone to go to and see the new web site and new album “My Masonic Legacy.”

I was involved in an accident hit by a car a while back that destroyed my left shoulder in which I’m doing major therapy on and it appears will end in reconstruction surgery. My shoulder falls completely out of joint which numbs my left hand.  We were preparing to launch a fishing boat and a car came backing up the wrong way on the launch ramp and hit our boat and  trailer from behind which totaled the boat and trailer and my left arm was inside the boat leaning over unhooking it when it exploded into the air. My Dads hand was broken as well while he was unhooking the front. Thank God my eight year old Grandson who was standing beside the boat was only shaken up but not hurt. I had just crossed behind the boat one second before the impact. This will keep me from the Masonic Pride Tour for quite some time and from playing the guitar.  I’d like to ask you for your support by ordering the CD.

I make my living from the performances and now at least for a while I’m counting on the new album and all my Brothers support.

God Bless each of you.

Brother Howie Damron

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Fred is a Past Master of Plymouth Lodge, Plymouth Massachusetts, and Past Master of Paul Revere Lodge, Brockton, Massachusetts. Presently, he is a member of Pride of Mt. Pisgah No. 135, Prince Hall Texas, where is he is also a Prince Hall Knight Templar . Fred is a Fellow of the Phylaxis Society and Executive Director of the Phoenix Masonry website and museum.