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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…

Kingdom Brothers at Club Mississippi @ Club Mississippi
Dec 17 – Dec 18 all-day
Kingdom Brothers at Club Mississippi @ Club Mississippi | Louisiana | Missouri | United States

Join Kingdom Brothers, the red-hot electric blues band from St. Louis, at Club Mississippi in Louisiana MO, for an evening of righteous entertainment, Saturday, December 17th. The band will perform lots of fan favorites from many of the great blues masters, and include original tunes from Kingdom Brothers latest album release, TIMES HARD, featured on sale at the National Blues Museum. Check back here for performance details.

Club Mississippi started its journey in 1995 at this small Mississippi River crossing and  have proudly had many legends walk through its doors. Many local stars have also, walked through these doors. Club Mississippi is excited to keep this tradition going, and thank each and everyone of its SUPPORTERS for your business.

Friday Night Blues @ Bottleneck Blues Bar
Dec 23 @ 8:30 pm
Friday Night Blues @ Bottleneck Blues Bar | Saint Charles | Missouri | United States

Devon Allman presents Friday Night Blues at the Bottleneck Blues Bar aboard the Ameristar Casino Resort Spa, St. Charles, MO, featuring the red-hot electric Kingdom Brothers, December 23rd, 2016.

Friday Night Blues – Step into the Bottleneck Blues Bar, Ameristar’s very own eclectic, lively and always cool entertainment venue. Whether you’re in the mood to line dance during a country show, get down during a blues show, or rock out with some of the area’s best cover bands, the Bottleneck Blues Bar is your premier destination for entertainment and nightlife. Each and every week, acts from home and abroad take the stage and tear the roof off. If it wails, grooves, licks or kicks, you best believe it’s Friday Night Blues at the Bottleneck Blues Bar.

And with a variety of restaurants, you’ll never be at a loss for great dining at Ameristar Casino Resort Spa St. Charles, whether you’re craving king crab and champagne in the most elegant possible setting or just hoping to grab a quick Turkey Club.

Kingdom Brothers will be performing fan favorites, including the newest tunes from their 2016 album release- “Times Hard”. Music starts at 7 pm. Kingdom Brothers take the stage at 8:30.

Kingdom Brothers Early Show at The Beale on Broadway @ The Beale on Broadway
Dec 30 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Kingdom Brothers Early Show at The Beale on Broadway @ The Beale on Broadway | Saint Louis | Missouri | United States

Kingdom Brothers return to The Beale on Broadway, a downtown St. Louis mecca for everything blue, for an “Early Show” performance on Friday, December 30th.
Kingdom Brothers will be performing all your favorite tunes, including new material from their album, “Times Hard”. CDs and digital downloads will be available for sale. Kingdom Brothers take the stage at 8 pm, followed by Big Mike and the Blue City All-Stars at 10:30. 

Check out the latest review from popular KDHX – FM DJ, Sean Smothers “When listening to ‘Times Hard,’ the second release from St. Louis’ Kingdom Brothers, it’s hard to believe the band only has one other release to their credit. There’s a deep credibility to their music and approach that leaves both home listening and live audiences deeply satisfied. And though listeners can detect hints of influence ranging from Chicago blues to gospel in the delta, Kingdom Brothers lay claim to their own original sound, blessed with an abundance of soul and positivity. ‘Times Hard’ ranks highly in releases year-to-date, and the live shows are consistently on par to match.”
(I can also throw in that you guys do my absolute favorite cover of “I’d Rather Go Blind.” So good.)
— Gettin’ Down To It with Sean Smothers – Saturdays 5p-7p CT on 88.1FM and Listener Supported Radio,  “Independent Music Plays Here”

Arrive early. Seating is limited.
The Beale on Broadway is a music club first and foremost with live music seven nights a week. Home to local and national acts, The Beale features the best in Blues, Soul and R&B that St. Louis has to offer. Open 7pm-3am seven nights a week.

Dance to the Blues at Nesby’s @ Nesby's
Jan 14 @ 8:00 pm
Dance to the Blues at Nesby's @ Nesby's | St. Louis | Missouri | United States

Come on out and dance to the blues at Nesby’s, home of the Nez’ Signature Hickorysmoked Wings, Saturday, January 14th. Grab a table and enjoy Nesby’s full menu of fine foods, including Nesby’s famous sliders (tenderloin, smoked chicken, pulled pork, or smoked portobello), ribs, and the best seafood north of the Gulf. Then slip into your dancing shoes and show your steps with the red-hot electric blues band, Kingdom Brothers. Or just sit back and enjoy the show. Music starts at 8 pm.

Howlin’ Fridays at the National Blues Museum @ National Blues Museum
Jan 20 @ 7:00 pm
Howlin' Fridays at the National Blues Museum @ National Blues Museum

Join Kingdom Brothers at The National Blues Museum, January 20th at 7 pm, for the Howlin’ Fridays Concert Series. The red-hot electric blues band will be performing all their fans’ favorites, including music from their latest CD release, TIMES HARD.

The National Blues Museum is the only museum dedicated exclusively to preserving and honoring the national and international story of the Blues and its impact on American culture in the United States. Located adjacent to the America’s Center convention complex in downtown St. Louis, the interactive National Blues Museum features a collection of technology- and artifact-driven exhibits that explore the Blues and celebrate the genre as the foundation of all modern American music. The museum is within walking distance of a variety of attractions including the Gateway Arch, Busch Stadium, and Laclede’s Landing.

Howlin’ Fridays Concert Series Ticket prices:
For National Blues Museum Members – $5.00
Non-members – $10.00
Tickets can only be purchased in person the night of performances at the National Blues Museum Box Office, 615 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, 63101. For more information, call 314-925-0016

While you’re exploring the museum, be sure to stop by the gift shop and pick up a copy of Kingdom Brothers’ TIMES HARD.

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