“INTERNATIONAL BLUES CHALLENGE” Semi-Finalists
Kingdom Brothers are a red hot electric blues band based in St. Louis, MO. The band’s unique blend of classic blues along with catchy originals make them a favorite at any blues venue. Be sure to sign up for the band’s newsletter for upcoming shows. The members hail from different musical genres and mix it all together to create a memorable sound. They can be seen at local blues establishments as well as concerts and festivals. Read more…
Join Kingdom Brothers for St. Louis Funkfest ’17, the 12th annual “South Broadway Rhythm and Blues, Soul and Funk Festival,”a weekend gathering of the finest local and regional blues, soul, funk and R&B artists on the streets of St. Louis, September 22-24. Kingdom Brothers take the Beale on Broadway stage Friday, Sept. 22 at 11 pm.
One-day access wristbands will be available for purchase at the door at all 3 South Broadway clubs – The Beale on Broadway; BB’s Jazz, Blues & Soups; and Broadway Oyster Bar – for $12/night. (The price will drop each night at midnight to $6.)
The complete festival schedule –
Beale on Broadway
7:30-8:45p Kim Massie
9:15-10:30p Soulard Blues Band
11:00-12:15a Kingdom Brothers
12:45-2:30a Marquise Knox
BB’s Jazz Blues and Soups
7:45-9:00p Hip Grease
9:30-10:45p The Grooveliner
11:15-12:30am Love Jones
1:00-2:15a The Provels
Broadway Oyster Bar
8:00-9:15p The Scandaleros
9:45-11:00p Funky Butt Brass Band
11:30p-12:45a Dogtown Allstars Funkestra
1:15-2:30a Sean Canan’s Voodoo Blues and Soul Band
Beale on Broadway
7:30-9p Blue Lotus Soul Review
9:15-10:30p Carrie and the Catapults
11:00p-12:15a Roland Johnson and the Rhythm Kings
12:45-2:30a Matt Stansberry and the Romance
BB’s Jazz Blues and Soups
7:45-9:00p Torrey Casey & the South Side Hustle
11:15p-12:30a Al Holliday & the East Side Rhythm Band
1:00a-2:15a Naked Rock Fight feat Dawn Weber
Broadway Oyster Bar
8:00-9:15p Transmatter Express
9:45-11:00p Funkify Your Life: The Meters Tribute
11:30p-12:45a Big Mike and the Blu City All Stars
1:15-2:30a The Service
For more details – https://www.facebook.com/events/752392734939984
The 2017 Wildwood BBQ Bash, a full weekend, September 22nd through the 24th, featuring a variety of musical entertainment and the best outdoor cooks in the St. Louis region, once again welcomes red-hot electric blues band, Kingdom Brothers.
Celebrating its 13th year, The Wildwood BBQ Bash is the granddaddy of all contests! Taking place at the St. Louis Community College – Wildwood, this event will include eight categories over two days: Ribs, Brisket, Pork, Chicken, Pork Steak, Dessert, Chili and Chef’s Choice. There will be no onsite judging – all blind judging. There will also be an Iron Chef competition, live music, chicken wing eating contest, people’s choice, fireworks, and so much more.
Kingdom Brothers take the stage at 4 pm on Saturday, September 23rd.
Remember the Alamo, with Kingdom Brothers, the red-hot blues band from St. Louis. Join us for a unique Thursday night performance at The Alamo, Central Illinois’ hottest blues club, in the shadow of the Lincoln Library and Museum, downtown Springfield, October 5th. Performance details will appear here as soon as they are available.
Enjoy a Blues Over the Bluffs concert with Kingdom Brothers at the Sts. Mary and Joseph Chapel in south St. Louis on Saturday, August 14. Sponsored by Saint Stephen Protomartyr Parish, Kingdom Brothers take the stage, overlooking the Mississippi, at 6 p.m, performing their unique variety of blues and gospel music, including popular songs from their latest album, Times Hard.
This historic Parish and the Village of Carondelet (now part of St Louis Missouri) were founded and established in 1767. Carondelet became a Town in 1832 and parish had its first resident pastor. In 1841 the name of the parish of Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St. Joseph of the Angels was changed to simply Sts.Mary and Joseph.
Carondelet became a City in 1851 and was incorporated into the City of St Louis in 1870.
There are other Churches in the Carondelet area today. However,the original site designated for church purposes in 1767 has been the continuous site for four church buildings of Sts. Mary and Joseph.
There was a log chapel in 1818. A stone church in 1835 and a larger brick church in 1859.
The present beautiful lannon stone church was dedicated in 1941.
The STLBS International Blues Challenge. Support your favorite local blues artists as they compete to represent St. Louis in this “Road to Memphis” challenge. The Kingdom Brothers Duo, Chris Shepherd and Ron Roskowske, will be entered in the solo/duo bracket of this year’s event. For more details check https://www.facebook.com/stlbluessociety/
Start your Saturday evening off right with Kingdom Brothers as singer/songwriter Chris Shepherd and lead/slide guitarist Ron Roskowske present an “Unplugged!” early performance at Morgan Street Brewery, “Where a good time is Always brewing”, October 28th from 5:30 ’til 8:00 pm. Fans of the red-hot electric blues band will enjoy a fresh take on many of their favorite Kingdom Brothers tunes, including songs from the band’s 2016 CD release, TIMES HARD, as Ron and Chris go totally acoustic for this rare performance. Expect the unexpected, including unannounced special guests onstage with the duo.
Founded in 1995, Morgan Street Brewery is in one of the oldest buildings in historic Laclede’s Landing by the Arch. It’s where St. Louis – and thousands of visitors from other cities – go for good times, great food and fabulous beer made on the premises in Morgan Street’s micro-brewery.
Morgan Street Brewery is home to a delicious selection of specialty beers created under the watchful eyes of its Brewmaster. From the kitchen, the restaurant features daily specials, as well as a creative array of “Brewery Favorites”. The Beef Tenderloin Bruschetta with a Brewski is a great way to start your dining experience.
Morgan Street’s historic location, within walking distance from the Arch, St. Louis Convention Center and Edward Jones Dome, great food and brewery make it the perfect setting for a romantic dinner for two, business lunch or a gathering of good friends for good times. Looking forward to a big event downtown St. Louis? Morgan Street Brewery welcomes large groups and private events ranging from 10-1,200.