901 W Sprague
Spokane, WA, 99201
Doors 6:30 PM / Show 7:30 PM
Keb' Mo' is a three–time Grammy Award winner for Best Contemporary Blues Album, and a key figure in the acclaimed 2003 PBS series "Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues." Selling over two million records, Keb' has performed at the White House, shared the stage with Blues and Rock legends, played at President Obama's Inaugural Ball, and continued to master his skills as a guitarist, singer, writer, and producer.
His familiar and distinctive guitar sound can be heard in a variety of television and film projects including: Memphis Beat, Mike and Molly, Tin Cup, and One Fine Day.
In recent years, he has started a new family and moved from Los Angeles to Nashville.
"It was really a family move, not a business move. But there were benefits attached to it – more space, for one thing. In my house here, I have a whole production facility with a studio, a lounge, lodging, even parking. It feels much more expansive."
"The talent pool of musicians here is amazing. Nashville is a smaller town [than L.A.] so there may be fewer players, but with a very high concentration of quality musicians."
2013 sees Keb' involved with a variety of projects including: developing other artists, helping grow the popularity of the blues, enjoying his family, and taking part in the community.