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About Kerry Kearney Band
The Kerry Kearney Band originated in 1995 with their debut CD “Blow Your House Down.” After Frank Celenza, Eileen Murphy and Charlie Wolfe joined the band, they played local gigs, finding their own sound. Utilizing a dobro, played “Delta style” in an electric band, they created unique grooves with the bass and drums. The band recorded their second CD, titled “Kerry Kearney” in 1999. Shortly thereafter, KKB played numerous shows with The Allman Brothers, on the 2000 Nascar Rocks Tour. After returning home to NY, KKB was approached by Relix Records, which produced the first two of a trilogy of “Psychedelta” CD’s. “Welcome to the Psychedelta” was released in 2001. That summer, KKB toured nationally with The Dickey Betts Band. In 2002, KKB recorded “Trippin’ on Psychedelta.” “Secrets From the Psychedelta” CD/DVD was released in July 2005. In January 2006, The KKB invited fans to be present at the recording of their live CD titled “A Night in the Tropics.” KKB played a number of all-star shows at Tribecca Blues, Manny’s Carwash, Chicago Blues and The Bottom Line in NYC. They also headlined several music festivals including the Annual Riverhead Blues Festivals, NY’s Blues 2000 Festivals, the Bucks County Blues Festival and Mayfair Arts & Music Festivals in PA, June Jam In Delaware and the Guinness Blues Festival in Castlebar, Ireland. In 2007, KKB is currently celebrating 10 years of musical accomplishments together & a new, much anticipated CD is planned to be released in July. Voted “Long Island’s Best Blues Band,” The Kerry Kearney Band must be seen live… their dynamic energy is something you won’t ever forget!
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Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit continued their Ryman Residency in Nashville on Saturday where they debuted a cover of Crosby, Stills & Nash’s “Helplessly Hoping.”
Bon Iver’s appearance on ‘CBS This Morning’ featured an interview with the band as well as video of songs off their 2019 album ‘i,i’ and more from their recent show at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
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