December 2011


Happy Holidays and good tidings to our musical family. We want to thank all of the incredible musicians who shared the stage with Kimock this past year and especially our fans for their support of live music. We are very thankful for ALL of you and feel fortunate to share in peace and light through music. May you all have a safe and wonderful New Year...We do hope you join us NYE, our family and friends at the Rex Theatre in Pittsburgh! Very much looking forward to 2012~!

Hop on the double-decker bus for the last but most certainly not the least in the Dead's ongoing breakout series - four magical London shows recorded at the intimate 2,500-seat Lyceum venue.

The Louis Armstrong House Museum is offering special guided holiday tours beginning December 1 through December 30.  This holiday season Louis' homemade audio clips will include a rare at-home reading of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.Seasonal recordings will also feature: “Zat You Santa Claus” and Nat King Cole sing “All I Want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth” with an impromptu duet by Louis himself.In keeping with Louis and Lucille’s tradition,

Head for the Hills hits the road for 2012 Winter Tour which takes them through many great cities in the Midwest, Southeast, & the Mountain West. We are happy to partner with Conscious Alliance for our 2012 Winter/Spring Tour. We’ll be offering a limited edition custom print at all shows, with a portion of proceeds going to benefit those in need. We will offer these prints at the merch table. Be on the look-out when we come to your town!

Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone will have its national broadcast premiere on Monday, January 22nd, 2012 as part of public television's AfroPoP documentary series. The series, produced by the National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC) and co-presented by American Public Television (APT), kicks off it's new season with Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone, which documents the history of legendary Los Angeles band Fishbone. The film is being distributed via digital and home video by Cinema Guild, which will present the film exclusively via ITunes starting Febru

We kick off the year of 2012 with what’s now a tradition of the National Jazz Museum of Harlem: a month chock full of free events covering the entire scope of jazz as well as live performances in classy venues at a reasonable cost. For Harlem Speaks, our flagship public program of oral histories, we have two of the most celebrated and accomplished musicians on their respective instruments, guitarist Russell Malone and trombonist Wycliffe Gordon. Jazz for Curious Listeners and our Saturday panel this month will be led by Ricky Riccardi, whose recently published book has been a great success