New York City, NY
May 11, 2012
Over the course of May, Steve Kimock hit the road for his first tour in over three years. On night three of the thirteen date run, he and his touring band — that includes Bernie Worrell (Parliament Funkadelic) on keys,Â drummer Wally Ingram (Sheryl Crow, Stockholm Syndrome) and bassists Andy Hess and Reed Mathis (Tea Leaf Green) — hit up the Brooklyn Bowl.
As one might suspect out of a Kimock evening at the Bowl, the night included guests John Popper, Bobby Bryan on guitar and vox, Todd Reynolds on violin and Kimock’s son, John, on drums for the entire evening in place of Ingram.
I: Five B4 Funk, Thing One, Tangled Hangers, Talk About It Blues, Standing On Sacred Ground, Take Me To The River
II: TLC, You’re The One, Many Rivers To Cross, Family Tree, Red Hot Mama
Click the thumbnail(s) to view photos from the show by Vernon Webb…
— Honest Tune Magazine (@HonestTuneMag) May 29, 2012