On March 18 Steve Kimock celebrated the release of his latest solo album Last Danger Of Frost with a performance by his new project at Ardmore Music Hall in Ardmore, Pennsylvania. An official recording of the concert, which was reviewed for JamBase by Mitch Manzella, has been shared by the band.
Featuring Kimock on guitar and his son John Kimock on drums, as well as bassist Bobby Vega and multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Leslie Mendelson, the two set show saw the performance of several songs from Last Danger Of Frost including “Surely This Day,” “Tongue N’ Groove” and “My Favorite Number.” Follow this link to watch pro-shot videos from a recent K I M O C K concert in San Francisco and stream the official “Remix’d:Mastered” recording of the March 18 record release show below:
Here’s a gallery of Mitch’s photos from the March 18 show:
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