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On December 2nd, the five-time-Grammy-nominated guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd will release The Trouble Is…25, a top-to-bottom reinterpretation of his seminal…
The complete re-record of Kenny’s most successful album will be accompanied by a documentary about the making of the original ‘Trouble Is…’ and a live DVD filmed at The Strand Theatre in Shepherd’s hometown of Shreveport, Louisiana
Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band Announces US Tour Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of ‘Trouble Is…’
In 2022 rock and blues music fans will be able to see The Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band perform ‘Trouble Is…’ in its entirety in select markets around the country.
Ally Venable to Tour w/ Buddy Guy, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Jimmie Vaughan & Christone “Kingfish” Ingram
Ally used her pandemic vacation wisely, recording fourth album ‘Heart of Fire’ with world-renowned producer Jim Gaines
Patton and Smith hit the nail directly on the head with “I’m a Sinner.” It’s hard to decide if she’s the next big thing, or if this an unearthed 70s Sacred Soul track.
“I don’t want separate systems. I don’t want a separate black blues society and a separate white blues society. My father would never have wanted that.”
The Blues Foundation Rescinds Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s 2021 Blues Music Award Nomination
The decision to rescind the nomination was based upon continuing revelations of representations of the Confederate flag on Shepherd’s “General Lee” car, guitars and elsewhere
“My goal, with my music is to introduce people who may not know about blues music and segue them into that world.” – Ally Venable
The pandemic might have silenced the music scene, shuttered the live circuit, and kept artists from their fans. But with ‘Heart Of Fire,’ Ally Venable is coming off the ropes swinging.
Review: Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s ‘Straight To You: Live’ Goes Beyond a Live DVD Experience
The Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band complement each other perfectly, slip into each other’s pocket with ease, and put on one hell of a show