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Keb' Mo'

KEB' MO'

Keb' Mo', born Kevin Moore, is a Grammy award winning blues artist with four excellent albums to his credit. His latest album The Door is successor to two Grammy-winners, 1998's critically acclaimed Slow Down and 1998's Just Like You, as well as the artist's pathfinding self-titled 1994 blues debut. His 1997 appearance on the premiere season of the television series, Sessions at West 57th Street, has been released on video with extra songs not shown on the broadcast. A singer who came to the blues after a variety of music gigs and after portraying bluesman Robert Johnson in a docudrama entitled Can't You Hear the Wind Howl, Keb' Mo' has become one of the most exciting artists on the scene.

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