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The music of Don Law has been described as heartfelt and explosive.

Don has been perfoming as a Singer/Songwriter solo act in the Atlanta area since 1998. His unusual ability to change his voice to suit the song and a versatile Alternative Country Soul style allow him to cross-over into many genres and be believable in rock, country, folk, soul, and grunge. Don has written over 200 songs varying from melodic wedding songs, poetic Christian, comical country, to heavy progressive political protests.

Don is a multi-instrumentalist composing music on drums, keyboards, guitar, bass, and harmonica. In 1977, Don Law started a band called Pythagoras singing lead vocals and playing his vintage drumset that he still plays today, a 1977 red vista-lite Ludwig 5 piece set similar to the one played by his favorite drummer, John Bonham of Led Zeppelin. Several band members came and went as the band Pythagoras came to an end in 1993 but not Don's love of music. Continuing to write songs, Don became familiar with home studio recording and spent countless hours developing his solo act. Recording his own background music, Don was able to create original versions of cover music and taylor his show to fit his personality.

*In 2011, Don Law was voted "Best Entertainer of the Year" by Gwinnett Magazine.

Don has also contributed performances for fund raising efforts such as a 9/11 concert in Atlanta, "Ride For Hope" for The South Eastern Brain Tumor Foundation, The American Diabetes Foundation, The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, The Humane Society, The Ride For Special Needs to raise money for The Special Needs School of Gwinnett, and most recently in Spring of 2016, "Ride to Survive" for Leukemia Research that helps those afflicted to survive WhenEveryoneSurvives.org.

In 2000, Don Law met and became close friends with his 12 year mentor the late Joe South - two time Grammy Award Winner and Atlanta native songwriter. Aside from Joe South's grammy award winning performance of his song "Games People Play", Joe had several number one hits covered by other artists such as Lynn Anderson's "Rose Garden", Deep Purple's "Hush", Elvis Presley's "Walk a mile in my shoes", and Billy Joe Royal's "Down in the boondocks" to name a few. To learn more about an important part of Americana, visit www.JoeSouth.com . Don and Joe worked in several studios from 2003 to 2007 on new versions of Joe's songs that Don rearranged with Joe's blessing. Don also performed two Joe South songs at Joe South's funeral in September 2012. www.JoeSouth.com

*In 2003, Don Law had the honor of Headlining The 100th Anniversary of Harley Davidson at The Hard Rock Cafe on Peachtree Street in Atlanta.

Don Law and best friend/fellow performer Pete Larson of Snellville are recording an album together. These original songs are a bold montage of Alternative Country Soul with diverse lyrical content ranging from love, God, humor, and political protests. A few of Don Law's favorite Joe South covers are also being remade as well. Tracks will be available on
ResurRecords.org
between now and October 2017.

When you Purchase "Make America Great Again" by Don Law on iTunes, the proceeds go to The American Legion to help Homeless U.S. Veterans where 100% of your donation actually gets to The Veterans because the administrative costs are paid by members' dues. "Thank you for Making America Great Again by downloading my song and sharing on all your social media." Peace, Don Law

*Don Law is a member of The GCGMA and BMI.