The National Blues Museum presents - Kingdom Brothers (USA)
The National Blues Museum presents - Kingdom Brothers (USA)
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The National Blues Museum presents - Kingdom Brothers (USA)

Brass Monkey (Cronulla, NSW)
Wednesday, 5 June 2019 7:00 pm
75 days away
18 Plus
Adult
Music
Blues

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Please Note: All tickets sold through this site are General Admission. GA tickets are allocated for standing room only. A general admission ticket does not guarantee seating. To book seated dinner and show tickets please call the venue on (02) 9544 3844

 Kingdom Brothers, a St. Louis, Missouri band, play powerful original music that combines blues, R&B, and Gospel influences.

When blues veteran and Kingdom Brothers’ founder Bob Walther formed the group in 2005, he reached out to established area musicians who wanted to do something really different on the St. Louis music scene. 

The group decided to concentrate on blues, R&B covers and originals that mostly have a positive message,  The band demonstrates that, as the title of Shepherd’s latest offering states, “The Blues Don’t Have to Be Sad.” 

This fresh approach was a bit risky but has paid huge dividends for the band, attracting a sizeable and devoted following in the St. Louis market. Kingdom Brothers were selected to represent the St. Louis Blues Society in the 2015 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, appearing in the semi-finals.  The band continues to win over fans at each performance.

The recently released Times Hard, featuring 12 all-new original Kingdom Brothers tunes, is already beginning to attract the attention of blues enthusiasts and DJs around the world with airplay in Canada, England, Europe and Australia,  Kingdom Brothers continue to draw crowds throughout the Midwest as they expand their listener base beyond just hardcore blues fans. 

Their title cut Times Hard is featured in the Spike Lee produced movie "Cronies" and they are featured artists in The National Blues Museum.

“Kingdom Brothers are known to be one of St. Louis’ best bands, and that’s saying a lot in a city so rich with blues talent!”
— East Side Slim, host of Rhythm Highways on KDHX 88.1