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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…
Join Kingdom Brothers at the Big Muddy Blues Festival on September 4th, 2016. Every Labor Day weekend, St. Louis’ historic Laclede’s Landing hosts over 60,000 people from around the country for the Big Muddy Blues Festival. This outdoor festival attracts an eclectic audience with the intention of celebrating the indigenous art from known as “the Blues.” Kingdom Brothers take the Morgan Street Stage at 4:45 pm with a set of original tunes from their critically acclaimed new CD release TIMES HARD; selections from the band’s popular 2008 album Shine a Light; and a variety of fan-selected favorites from the band’s red-hot nightclub show.
The Big Muddy Blues Festival provides a platform for St. Louis area’s world-class musicians, representing a wide range of blues music including, Delta, Country, R & B, Soul, Rock, and more. Big Muddy is the region’s largest Blues music event featuring a 100% local line up of over 40 bands and musicians. The festival takes place along the cobblestone streets of Laclede’s Landing, while boasting the Big Muddy (Mississippi River) itself along with the Gateway Arch as the backdrops for the weekend. On September 3rd and 4th, music will be showcased on 3 stages, 3 indoor clubs, and two events at the National Blues Museum featuring tributes to Johnny Johnson and Henry Townsend. For a complete schedule of events, click here.
Big Muddy Blues Festival is one of the longest-running events of its kind and is produced annually by Laclede’s Landing Merchants Association. Formed in 1979, LLMA is the nonprofit group of Laclede’s Landing restaurants, bars and shops that focuses on preserving and revitalizing St. Louis’ oldest community and introducing people to the historic area through its various businesses, events and sights. With the help of corporate sponsorships, government grants and the dedication of the local vendors and merchants, LLMA is committed to providing a fun and safe blues filled weekend to St. Louisans and visitors alike.
NOTICE: No Cans, No Coolers, No Bottles, No Backpacks
The following items are prohibited at Big Muddy:
- Large Purses
Join Kingdom Brothers at Atomic Blues Festival, Sunday, September 18th, 2016.
The St. Louis Blues Society is presenting the 2nd Annual Atomic Blues Festival taking place from 2 – 8 pm at the The Bootleg at Atomic Cowboy, 4140 Manchester. Kingdom Brothers take the stage at 4:30 pm.
The St. Louis Blues Society is dedicated to preserving and perpetuating blues music in and from St. Louis, while fostering its growth and appreciation. The St. Louis Blues Society provides blues artists the opportunity for public performance and individual improvement in their field, all for the educational and artistic benefit of the general public.
Atomic Cowboy opened in 2005…routinely credited as the spark that ignited the revitalization of an underserved neighborhood…that is now become an exciting entertainment district known as The Grove…Atomic Cowboy has played an important role in developing the community around it. Widely known for the best nightly entertainment, a broadly stocked proficient bar, craft beers and cocktails with house made artisan infusions, always open 7 nights a week, with late night dining until 2am…Atomic Cowboy is also a fine restaurant featuring a unique Fresh Mex & Smoked Meats menu serving Lunch & Dinner and Sunday Brunch. Couple all of that with two Bootleg stages for live music, a popular DJ video dance lounge, an expansive patio surrounded by a lush bamboo forest…and the world renowned Tower Classic Tattooing boutique…all housed together in a historically renovated property…and the result is a one of a kind thriving destination.
The 2016 Wildwood BBQ Bash, a full weekend 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 12th year, The Wildwood BBQ Bash is the granddaddy of all contests! Taking place at the Wildwood Town Center, 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 noon on Saturday, September 24th.
It’s Kingdom Brothers on Broadway again! The red-hot electric blues band returns to downtown St. Louis’ premier nightspot, BB’s Jazz, Blues & Soups on South Broadway, just a block from Busch Stadium. Great food and drinks, featuring a variety of dinner specials nightly, a rotating selection of homemade soups, locally brewed craft beers on tap, and the best entertainment in town. Now 100% smoke free. Come early for dinner, and stay for the show. Guaranteed good time.
Kingdom Brothers take the stage at 7 pm, performing a great selection of classic blues by their favorite well-known artists, and original tunes from Kingdom Brothers’ newest album TIMES HARD.
Part music club, part blues museum, BB’s features the best in great blues and jazz seven nights a week. Since its original construction in the mid 1800’s, in an area then known as “Frenchtown” with a further 3 story addition at the turn of the century, the location has been used as a home, boarding house, reception hall, mercatile, millinery, transient hotel, bar, diner and house of ill repute with 37 rooms between its 2nd and 3rd floors. Brimming with enthusiasm, BB’s Jazz, Blues & Soups is proud of their staff, the St. Louis music and culture, the food, the drinks, the artworks, the memorabilia – the whole overall operation.
Come on out to the Wildwood Christian Church Fall Festival on Sunday, October 30, from 4:30 until 7:30 pm, with the music of Kingdom Brothers, featuring blues and gospel favorites from the red-hot electric blues band’s debut album Shine a Light and their latest release Times Hard.
Wildwood Christian Church is located in the great city of Wildwood, Missouri in the western suburbs of St. Louis. As you turn off of Manchester Road and drive up the big hill onto the campus, make a right turn into the main parking lot. Look for Guest Parking signs and the front entrance to the building.
This year’s Fall Festival is bigger and better than ever — with live music from Kingdom Brothers, balloon art by Wayne the Balloon Guy, a costume contest, a Petting Zoo, hay rides and pony rides, carnival games with prizes and more!!