The ensemble offers a chance to catch Kimock unleashed. "The ensuing revelry featuring Melvin Seals on Hammond B3, will push the boundaries of rock and roll, rhythm, gospel and soul for undeniably feel-good music," says the press release. "Known for his mind-bending versatility and intuitive guitar-speak, Kimock has enjoyed the last few years performing with the likes of Rhythm Devils, Rat Dog, Allman Bros, Little Feat and Zero among others.
The complete six-person line-up will be announced in January, as will tour dates and other 2009 Steve Kimock Crazy Engine Happenings.
Steve Kimock has one of the most refined pairs of ears in electric guitar. To learn how he makes guitars sing with just, "pure," intervals, peruse his 2005 interview with Jude Gold in Guitar Player Magazine.
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