Kim Field's Big Blue Revue

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Highway 99 Blues Club says
Internationally celebrated harmonica player, guitarist and singer Kim Field began his musical career in New York, where he worked with the Sting Rays, a group managed by Grammy winner Phil Schaap. Returning to his hometown of Seattle, he teamed up with Isaac Scott, appearing on two albums with the legendary guitarist. Field spent several years fronting the Slamhound Hunters, whose performances and two albums for Satin Records, 4/1 Mind and Private Jungle, were strongly received in both Europe and the United States. Over the years Field has appeared on bills with such rhythm and blues legends as Muddy Waters, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Robert Cray, the Fabulous Thunderbirds, Gregg Allman, James Cotton, Otis Rush, John Lee Hooker, Albert Collins, the Righteous Brothers, Walter Horton, and Big Mama Thornton. He has appeared at the San Francisco Blues Festival, Portland’s Waterfront Blues Festival, performed on New Year’s Eve in New York City’s Central Park, and was a featured performer at Bumbershoot seven years running.

Kim’s band, The Mighty Titans of Tone, boasts some of the Northwest’s finest veteran musicians. Drummer Billy Spaulding and bassist Brady Millard-Kish are original members and are a powerhouse rhythm section. Tim Sherman has been a blues guitar star in the Seattle area for more than two decades. The newest Titan of Tone, Bob Knetzger, is the most celebrated pedal steel guitarist in the region.
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By: Highway 99 Blues Club

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