Keb' Mo'

Genres: Blues Drama Movies Pop / Rock R&B / Soul
Descriptive "tags": blues singer-songwriter contemporary blues delta blues rhythm and blues Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades Active: 1980s 1990s 2000s
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Kevin Moore, 3 October 1951, Los Angeles, California, USA. Although he was born on the west coast of America, Kevin Moore’s parents came from Texas and Louisiana, instilling in him an appreciation of blues and gospel. At 21, his band Zulu was hired to back violinist ‘Papa’ John Creach (b. 28 May 1917, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, USA, d. 22 February 1994; violin). Three years later, Moore was employed by Almo Music as contractor and arranger of the company’s demo sessions. In 1980, he made an album for Chocolate City, a subsidiary of Casablanca Records, just before the label’s collapse. He met veteran band leader Monk Higgins in 1983, joining the saxophonist’s Whodunit Band on guitar and playing a residency at Marla’s Memory Lane. In 1990, he was contacted by the Los Angeles Theater Center to play a blues guitarist in a play called Rabbit Foot, and he continued this line of work by becoming understudy to Chick Streetman in Spunk,...

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