Keb' Mo' brings Grammy-winning blues to Lebanon
MUSICAL TIES: Keb' Mo' has worked with a long list of artists, including Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, Herbie Hancock, James Taylor, The Dixie Chicks, Willie Nelson and Robert Cray, while big names who have covered his tunes include Joe Cocker, Robert Palmer and BB King.
The Burlington Free Press
Keb' Mo' matures with latest album
Blues music is supposed to be sad, right? Not as far as Keb' Mo' is concerned. "Blues in different areas have different degrees," the guitarist born as Kevin Moore said in a recent phone conversation from a tour stop in Aspen, Colo.
Blues harmonica player James Cotton performs with Elvin Bishop and Ruthie Foster
In 1944, at just 9 years old James Cotton was an orphan on the Bonnie Blue plantation in Tunica, Miss.
The Advertiser News (North)
Grammy winner blues guitarist, Keb' Mo' to perform
Blues guitarist Keb' Mo', a three-time Grammy-winner and eight-time Grammy nominee, performs at Mayo Performing Arts Center on Thursday, March 27 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $39 to $59.
Glenwood Springs Post-Independent
Keb' Mo' keeps on moving
Not that Keb' Mo' needed any further confirmation, but he knew just how misunderstood his 2011 album, "The Reflection," had been when Grammy voters, showing the same level of perception that once enabled Jethro Tull to take home the trophy in the heavy metal category, nominated "The Reflection" for a Grammy in the Best Contemporary Blues Album ... (more)
Get 'Mo Blues: Keb' Mo' Coming to Colorado
Good news for people with the blues, Keb' Mo' is coming. After a three-year absence, three-time Grammy winning bluesman Keb' Mo' is poised to release a brand new album and has embarked on a major US tour.
New Times SLO
Elvin Bishop, James Cotton, and Paul Thorn play the PAC
I'm listening to James Cotton's new album Cotton Mouth Man , and his harmonica playing is just flat-out mesmerizing.
Keb' Mo' at Mount Baker Theatre Feb. 22
Guitarist and singer Keb' Mo,' the winner of three Grammy awards for Best Contemporary Blues Album, brings his musical style influenced by folk, rock, jazz, pop and, most important, Delta blues, to Mount Baker Theatre, 104 N. Commercial St., at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014.
Walter Tunis: Ben Sollee brings new album to Transy concert
Ben Sollee will perform Saturday at Transylvania. He has a new album, The Hollow Sessions , recorded last summer near Prospect.