Date for your diary, returning on Saturday 30th June at Burrelton Village Hall, Tickets £5 at Door, Children welcome. Bar. Kevin Jordan played here a few years ago, It was a fantastic night, what a talented man. http://www.kevinjordanblues.com
Kevin Jordan needs know Introduction to the Blues Scene in Scotland…. , Kevin Started playing Harmonica at the age of twelve and got Hooked on that Blues Music big time, after he found ” That Blues Feeling” He then started jamming with Top bands from Scotland, England & USA.
He Started Jamming with Bands from scotland and usa,including – Baby Issac, Linda Jaxson Band, Little Miss Debbie, Rev Doc & The Congregation, Independence Rock Band, Lightin Willie & The Poor Boys & Simon ” Honey Boy” Hickling Band…,
Kevin likes listening to Blues Greats Sonny Terry & Brownie Mcghee, Muddy Waters, Little Walter, Sonny Boy Williamson, Rod Piazza & The Mighty Flyers & William Clarke…
Kevin has been Gigging up & down Scotland and England, playing top Blues Clubs & Festivals and Supporting Top UK Blues Bands Paul Lamb & The King snakes & Stevie Nimmo Trio. Kevin Jordan uses Hohner Marine Band Harmonicas and Dannecker Blues harmonicas custom by Good friend “Antony Dannecker”
In 2012, Kevin teamed up with Guitarist/ Singer & Song Writer Reece Hillis, they wrote there own songs and put a set list together and the have there first we slot at The Kelty Club in Fife. In 2014, Kevin & Reece put out there first Album Called ” Rising Sun”. The Album got Air played in England, Belgium & in the USA. In 2017, Kevin had to keep his Blues Music going, so Kevin teamed up with some great musicians, all base all over scotland for a one off show in Dundee, after that one of gig the band then played a few gigs adding Keyboard to the band. with Lead singer Little Miss Debby singing with the band they change the band Name to “Little Miss Debby & The KJ Shuffle Kings”…
The band are giging all over Scotland, starting in March 2018. Check out there Gigs there coming to a Town near you soon to give you a Good Night of some “Good Time Blues”