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Saturday, Dec 1, 2012 8:00 PM
Doors open at 7:00 PM
“The Reflection” is the first new studio album released by Keb Mo’ since “Suitcase” in 2006. This album is a product of an important period of personal and professional growth for the artist formerly known as Kevin Moore. In that time, he started a new family, moved from Los Angeles to Nashville, built a state-of-the-art home studio, and founded his own label called Yolabelle International. Yolabelle is distributed by Ryko and the Warner Music Group. Keb Mo’ is a three-time Grammy Award winner for Best Contemporary Blues Album; and a key figure in the acclaimed 2003 PBS series Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues. But “The Reflection” is not, in essence, a blues album. In sound and spirit, it’s closer to the work of African-American "folk soul" singer/songwriters like Bill Withers, Bobby Womack, and Terry Callier.

"The Reflection" brings together all of this singular artist's diverse influences - pre-disco R&B, American folk and gospel, rock, blues, and more - in a sound that is truly and uniquely his own. "I worked on this record for the better part of two years," says Keb. "It took me some time as this was an educational process for me and my engineer John Schirmer. I didn’t want to let it go until I had something that I was proud to share with the public. It’s the culmination of all of my influences throughout my career." Through all the changes of the past several years, Keb Mo’ found time to play a couple of hundred shows on several continents. He composed and recorded music for the acclaimed TNT series "Memphis Beat," starring Jason Lee and Alfre Woodward. As well as wrote some of the best songs of his career for “The Reflection” – material strong enough to attract such notable guests as country music superstar Vince Gill ("My Baby’s Tellin’ Lies"), nouveau–soul chanteuse India.Arie ("Crush On You"), saxophonist Dave Koz ("One Of These Nights"), and veteran session guitarist David T. Walker ("All The Way," "The Reflection," "The Whole Enchilada").

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Balcony & Lounge Admission - $62.00
Cabaret Admission - $72.00
Classic Admission - $52.00

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