KIMOCKTOURS IN SUPPORT OF EUDEMONIC


Steve Kimock by Tobin Voggesser
Hailed as one of today's greatest living guitar players, Steve Kimock releases his long anticipated studio album, Eudemonic, on August 23, 2005 (SCI Fidelity Records). Together with 10-time Grammy winning drummer and composer Rodney Holmes, Eudemonic masterfully displays Kimock's uncanny ability to balance passion and power with soaring grace. Its nine flawlessly produced original compositions highlight Kimock's dynamic playing, technical ingenuity, and impeccable sonic expression. Forty plus years into a rich and vibrant musical career, Steve Kimock's Eudemonic confirms: this is the stuff that musical legends are made of.

Eudemonic is SKB's debut album; a release five years in the making and highly anticipated by critic and fans. Kimock is that much of a perfectionist, and feedback so far suggests the final result is well worth the wait.

The Steve Kimock Band will tour this fall in support of Eudemonic, and like their studio work, the band's live show is bold, inventive, and dynamic. As always, Kimock and Holmes have hand-picked a group of ace musicians, and the cast will rotate slightly - promising fresh material and inspired interpretations.

Joining SKB for August's west coast run is old friend Reed Mathis on bass, David Nelson Band keyboardist extraordinaire Mookie Siegel, and Mitch "Moose" Stein on guitar.

Tour dates include:

July 28 | 12 Galaxies San Francisco, CA - with Molo
July 29 | 12 Galaxies San Francisco, CA - with Molo
August 11 | Fluid Nelson, BC Canada
August 12 | John's Alley Moscow, ID
August 13 | Nt. Rocky Mtn. Music Fest Whitefish, MT
August 14 | Flanagan's Central Whitefish, MT
August 16 | Whiskey Jacques Ketcham, ID
August 17 | Mangy Moose Saloon Jackson, WY
August 19 | Belly Up Aspen Aspen, CO
August 20 | State Bridge LodgeState Bridge, CO
August 21 | State Bridge LodgeState Bridge, CO
August 26 | EVOLVE Festival Nova Scotia, Canada

Come September, SKB welcomes the definitive soul-jazz keyboardist Robert Walter. Walter's edgy and emotive style will round out the powerhouse collaboration of Kimock, Holmes, and Mathis - a collaboration that wowed audiences during Kimock's past Halloween and Spring Equinox runs.

Shows with Robert Walter include:

September 9 | Catalyst Santa Cruz, CA
September 11 | McNear's Mystic Theatre Petaluma, CA
September 25 | Orpheum Theatre Flagstaff, AZ
September 30 | The Parish Austin, TX
October 1 | Granada Theatre Dallas, TX
October 4 | Granada Theatre Lawrence, KS
October 8 | Park West Chicago, IL
October 9 | Magic Bag Ferndale, MI
October 20 | Starr Hill Music Hall Charlottesville, VA
October 26 | Revolution Music Hall Troy, NY
October 27 | Stone Church Newmarket, NH
October 28 | Higher Ground Burlington, VT
October 29 | Paradise Rock Club Boston, MA
October 30 | Ridgefield Playhouse Ridgefield, CT
October 31 | Mexacali Blues Teaneck, NJ
November 26 | Bowery Ballroom New York, NY

More dates to be announced soon. For more information visit www.kimock.com.

[Published on: 7/28/05]

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krsmall starstarstarstarstar Thu 7/28/2005 01:35PM
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saweeet ridgefield playhouse here i come

caspian313 starstarstarstarstar Thu 7/28/2005 05:11PM
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caspian313

October 9th, ahhhhhhhh yeaaaaah

nywine starstarstarstarstar Thu 7/28/2005 05:50PM
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I caught SKB in Philly recently and thought the show was great. They are on my new list of jambands to see and will travel for. I'm looking forward to their new album and tour(With Reid Mathis!!!). There was a little tease in the article talking about Rodney winning 10 grammys. I guess I'll have to check that out on google. Great headsup about the tour!!

ParadiseWaits Fri 7/29/2005 06:44AM
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Please do not, I repeat NOT "pair up" Steve Kimock's music with JAMBAND. Yes, I know where I'm at, writing this post.
But nothing could be farther from the truth relative to Steve's music. End of story.

premier1 starstarstarstarstar Sat 7/30/2005 11:37AM
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Labels,labels,labels.
Jamband or not, this show is NOT to be missed.
Rodney Holmes is simply the best Drummer you will see all summer. And Kimock is no slouch either. The fact is , they DO jam with the best of them..
DO NOT MISS THIS SHOW !!

McGrumph starstarstarstarstar Sun 7/31/2005 08:35AM
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Don't care what you call them. These guys are sooooo freaking talented. Saw them in Dallas they were all having so much fun. Reed Mathis and Rodney Holmes are great together. Cant wait.

michaeltechno Sun 7/31/2005 12:00PM
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why not pairup kimock's music with "jamband" exactly?

michaeltechno starstarstarstar Sun 7/31/2005 12:03PM
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cant wait to see robert walter touring w/steve, rodney, and reid. october 8 and 9 are not booked with solid "jamming" for me. Don't miss em!!!

michaeltechno Sun 7/31/2005 01:17PM
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i meant are booked, my mistake.