Keb’ Mo’ performing the Johnny Cash classic Folsom Prison Blues.
Was born as Kevin Moore on October 3, 1951 in Los Angeles. This artist combines blues, soul and folk music in a unique way. Such a mixture of species in his performance, however, sounds modern.
As a 21-year-old, he joined the R & B team, then toured with John Creach and played on three of his albums. He also opened concerts of such stars as Jefferson Starship or Loggins & Messina. In 1983 he became the guitarist of the blues group Monk Higgins. Then he joined the vocal band from Los Angeles – Rose Brothers. In 1994, Keb released his debut solo album entitled ‘Keb’ Mo ”.
According to his words, the more often he was called Keb’Mo’, the more he delved into the blues. Keb was inspired by Robert Johnson‘s music.