Being a great musician is like being a great chef. You don’t have any recipes. You just season to taste. – Kim
I feel like this band has something to say and we have something to say now – in modern times. – Kim
When people are playing really great music that moves me and it’s an exception to what the norm is out there, I’m the first one to admit it. I’m the first one to pump it up. – Kim
I wanted to let everyone know why we had to cancel and reschedule some shows in the coming months. I had some much needed medical procedures done last week that will help me stay healthy and strong. It all went very well and I’m recovering nicely. I will be ready to rock January 1, 2019! Wishing everyone best wishes and happy holidays. – Kim
We had a blast at the 30th Annual Peoria Blues & Heritage Music Festival! Take a look back at the official recap video (we think you will like the song the use for it) and thanks for celebrating with us!
When I was a senior in high school, I was a football player, but I realized that I wasn’t going to be able to play football the rest of my life.
At the same time I was getting into all this great blues music. A friend of mine was playing a harmonica. I picked it up and I was in a band immediately. I was in a band three months after I started playing.
A year later, I was playing with all the great old guys. It was crazy. Eddie Taylor, Albert Collins, Pee Wee Crayton, George “Harmonica” Smith, John Lee Hooker even back then a little bit. – Kim
We learned from everybody we played with. Hanging out with guitarists like Steve Cropper of Booker T & The MGs, all these things rub off on you. – Kim
“London Blues Week lineup announced
“Kim Wilson of The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Tue 15 Jan and Wed 16 Jan.
“Kim will be joined by Blues guitarist Billy Fynn and harmonica player Giles Robson.”