Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Modern blues titan Keb' Mo' takes stage at Orlando's Frontyard Festival this Thursday

Posted By on Tue, Feb 9, 2021 at 10:40 AM

click to enlarge Keb' Mo' - PHOTO VIA KEB' MO'S OFFICIAL FACEBOOK
  • Photo via Keb' Mo's official Facebook
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I mean, who doesn’t have the blues these days for one reason or another? Might as well have the proper soundtrack for it. Enter modern blues legend Keb’ Mo’, who comes to town to perform on Thursday, Feb. 11.
click to enlarge Keb' Mo' - PHOTO COURTESY ICM PARTNERS
  • Photo courtesy ICM Partners
  • Keb' Mo'
Across a solo career that’s spanned over 25 years, he’s traced the blues from the deep Delta roots and pushed it on out to enormously successful crossover work, earning a trail of Grammys that dates back to his early years in the 1990s and extends to as recently as last year.

This outdoors show is part of the Dr. Phillips Center’s Frontyard Festival so you’ll be in your own distanced box (minimum two seats) with dining and drink options delivered right to you. Show is at 8 p.m. and tickets are still available.

Go see a living master at work.

And if you go out, respect everyone’s distance, for all our sakes.

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