Keb' Mo'

The BeachLife Ranch Festival, nestled in the scenic enclave of Redondo Beach, unfurled its second day against a backdrop that effortlessly mirrored a picture-perfect postcard celebrating the initial embrace of fall. With the Redondo harbor presenting an exquisite view, attendees were treated to a vibrant spectacle of numerous sailors and fishermen embarking upon their tranquil journeys into the placid waters of the Pacific on a sensuously sultry Saturday.

This year, after four years and 60 million dollars of renovation, the 2023 Beale Street Festival reopened in Tom Lee Park along the riverside in downtown Memphis Tennessee. At the height of Beale Street's popularity in 2017, the event saw 37,000 fans crowd the park. Attendance numbers this year were smaller and saner, with crowds of around 10,000 daily. This was in part a deliberate effort to keep the newly planted park-plants from being trampled into oblivion.

Gibson, the iconic American instrument brand, has shaped sound across generations and genres of music, becoming one of the most relevant, played, and loved guitar brands around the world. Today, Gibson is proud to announce the third artist model made in collaboration with multi-talented guitarist, singer, songwriter, and five-time GRAMMY-Award winner, Keb’ Mo’.

Today, five-time GRAMMY winner Keb’ Mo’ released a live performance video for the contemplative and optimistic “Marvelous To Me” from his critically acclaimed new album Good To Be out now via Rounder Records. Keb’ Mo’ is currently in the midst of a European tour and will kick off a US tour this June, including a number of dates supporting Sheryl Crow. Find a full list of tour dates below or visit KebMo.com.

On Tuesday, April 5, staples of Nashville's musical fabric Bobby Bare, Keb' Mo', Connie Smith and Dierks Bentley were inducted into the Music City Walk of Fame. Each artist was presented their own star in Walk of Fame park in SoBro between the Hilton and the Country Music Hall of Fame, where Bare has been a member since 2013 and Smith since 2012.

Five-time GRAMMY winner Keb’ Mo’ and global youth climate activists have teamed up with the Plastic Pollution Coalition for a new music video to get “Louder” about their demands for urgent climate action.

With five GRAMMYs, 14 Blues Foundation Awards, and a groundbreaking career spanning nearly 50 years under his belt, Keb’ Mo’s got nothing left to prove. Just don’t tell him that.

“I may be turning 70,” Keb’ reflects, “but I’m still breathing and I’m still hungry. I’m still out there going for it every single day.”

On January 21, five-time GRAMMY winner Keb’ Mo’ released his new full-length Good To Be via Rounder Records. The album debuted atop multiple Billboard Charts: #1 on the Blues Album chart, #5 on the Americana/Folk chart, and #11 on the Heatseekers Chart. Over the weekend, Mo’ spoke with Weekend Edition about the new album.

Listen to Good To Be

On Friday, five-time GRAMMY winner Keb’ Mo’ released his new full-length Good To Be via Rounder Records. The album release was accompanied by the official video for the single “Good to Be (Home Again),” which made its broadcast premiere on CMT Music, CMT.com, and ViacomCBS Times Square billboards. The clip was filmed in Mo’s hometown of Compton, California, and features the famed Compton Cowboys. Last week Keb’ Mo’ performed “Good To Be (Home Again)” on The Kelly Clarkson Show.
 

Today, five-time GRAMMY winner Keb’ Mo’ released his new single “Good to Be (Home Again).” The song will appear on his forthcoming album Good To Be, out January 21 via Rounder Records (currently available for pre-order). "'Good To Be (Home Again)' feels like the title track to my life,” explains Kevin Moore, who is best known by his stage name Keb’ Mo’.
 

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