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Thursday, November 19, 2009

Thursday To-Do: Steve Kimock Crazy Engine

Posted By on Thu, Nov 19, 2009 at 1:40 PM

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9 p.m., Revolution. $15.*

All right, folks. This cat can make it rain, shine, snow, hail and gust — all in the same song. Musicians may already have deeper awareness of Kimock's stellar 30-year-plus resume and credentials and should force the unfamiliar out to this show at knifepoint if necessary. Known for impressive work in groups such as Zero, Rhythm Devils and a previous band under his name, Kimock brings his latest project, Crazy Engine, to town. Just because he's among jam bands' original gangsters, don't let the ‘jam' handle sour your curiosity. He's joined by Melvin Seals on B-3 organ; his son, John Morgan Kimock, on drums; and bassist Janis Wallin and two female vocalists, Cheryl Rucker and Shirley Starks. These names may not signify too much now, but they will by this time on Saturday.

—Paul Peterson

*We mistakenly had this in the paper happening on Friday. Many apologies.

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