Stringbean & The Stalkers Shows
Sorry, we’ve got no upcoming shows for Stringbean & The Stalkers.
Pro Tip: Click “Add to My Bands” above and we’ll notify you when Stringbean & The Stalkers announces shows in your area.
About Stringbean & The Stalkers
Bluesman, Ken Sorensen, A.K.A. Stringbean Wheeler, is a veteran of the Jersey Shore/New York City Blues scene. Entertaining folks at venues as diverse as the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, B.B. King Blues Club in New York, the Ragin’ Cajun in Belmar and outdoor biker rallies, Stringbean is comfortable with an audience. He is a regular performer at the Clearwater Festival in Asbury Park, has played on boat cruises, in parking garages, at NYC street fairs and at book stores. He is always looking for new and different places to play.
Whether your passion is blues, funk or classic country, you’ll find a smattering of all three genres at a typical performance by Kenny “Stringbean” Sorensen and his band, the Stalkers. Aside from Sorensen on vocals, harmonica and guitar, the Stalkers include Sonny Kenn on guitar, Dave Meyers on bass and Victor Bayers on drums.
Stringbean has opened for B.B. King, James Cotton and Dickie Betts. He has played with the members of Blues Travelers, the Spin Doctors and with Joan Osborn and Rob Waserman. He often sits in with Billy Hector, Sonny Kenn and Castel Brown but his heart lies in his humble acoustic ensemble. So whether it’s an outdoor jazz/blues festival, a smokey blues bar, a quiet coffee house or a backyard BBQ, give him a call…he will be happy to play.
Watch five amazing ‘Classroom Instrument’ covers from the ‘Tonight Show,’ featuring Jimmy Fallon, The Roots and special guests.
Listen to Chris Cornell’s perfect isolated vocals on Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun.”
Phish keyboardist Page McConnell celebrates his 56th birthday today, watch him performing with members of the Grateful Dead.
Trey Anastasio released Ghosts Of The Forest live videos featuring “Halfway Home, “If Again,” “In Long Lines” and “There’s A Path Above” this week.
Watch Eric Clapton tear through Prince’s “Purple Rain” for just the second time ever as part of the encore from his third and final 2019 Royal Albert Hall concert in London.