Keb ‘Mo’ or Kevin Moore was born on October 3, 1951 in Los Angeles. This artist combines blues, soul and folk music in a unique way. Such a mixture of genres in his performance, however, sounds modern.
He joined an R&B band at the age of 21, 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 ‘Mo’ released his debut solo album, entitled “Keb ‘Mo'”.
The artist recorded six more well-received albums, including the 2004 “Peace … Back by Popular Demand”. He has two Grammy Awards to his credit, for the albums “Slow Down” (1998) and “Just Like You” (1996).