Steve Kimock

Steve Kimock Upcoming Tour Dates

As the summer heats up, so does the pressure to book your cabin on Jam Cruise 8! The folks of Cloud 9 just reminded us that there are less than 50 cabins left for the adventure in January 2010. Steve Kimock is thrilled to be back on board and we are bringing the Crazy Engine with us this time. Picture this in the winter: a luxury cruise line, tropical locations, music day and night and the famous "Jam Room" where you will surely see Kimock late night leading the pack.

Friday, 24 July @ 10KLF

One landmark gig at this year's 10KLF was Everyone Orchestra – a staple of this festival, playing their fifth consecutive year.  EO is an ever-changing super-group of musicians collected by conductor Matt Butler to jam on extended guided improvisations.  Using a dry erase board, Butler (look

Day 3 10KLF, July 24, 2009

After last night's rain, it dawned sunny and warm with a few clouds. The humidity was greatly reduced, too, promising to be a great day for music.

Steve Kimock News: Harmony, Europe & More

Kimock returns to his Sonoma County roots playing the Harmony Festival, June 12th -14th at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa CA, celebrating 31 years of "Harmony From the Roots Up", focusing on progressive ideals, community activism, and uplifting music.

Initial Lineup of the 4th Annual Backbeat Jazzfest Series!

For 2009 the Backbeat Foundation spreads across the city presenting more than 30 shows with more than 40 acts at 4 venues:  Blue Nile (BN); Tipitina's French Quarter (TFQ); Republic NOLA (RN); and this year introducing the newest addition of the Studio at Colton (SC).  The Backbeat Jazzfest Series: Let's Be Totally Clear, will be offering music lovers and the musicians they love smoke-free environments at all shows.  The Backbeat Jazz Fest Series will provide an opportunity for Festival goers to personally and intimately experience the magic of our music while supporting a worthy cause that

PRAANG Returns to Colorado

Living in Colorado, the chance of an epic snowfall during the winter can be pretty good.  One such weather occurrence happened in late 2006 when three straight weekends of blizzards hit Denver and the surrounding Front Range.  The city essentially shut down those days, and holiday travels were next to impossible.  In the midst of those storms a highly anticipated two-night run of the Stephen Perkins-led project Banyan was cancelled.  As fate might have it, out of the darkness came light as a new improv group called PRAANG was born.

Grateful Web's Interview with the Everyone Orchestra's Matt Butler

Recently Grateful Web's Alex Borosody had the opportunity to talk with Matt Butler, the musician and conductor behind the Everyone Orchestra, who we also discovered can add, "great orator" to his list of talents. Never one to shy away from leadership, you could say Matt conducted the interview, as he energetically and expressively weaved eloquent science and philosophy.

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