Sure, if i were able to deal with a huge crowd I would be at Brooklyn Bowl that night for Mike Dillon Band and then Galactic, but this was a good and fun runner up. Bernie Worrell and Andy Hess especially drew me in and I ended up enjoying all of them. Steve did spend a lot of time talking in between each piece, but probably because he had to tune up whatever he was playing each time. He did a lot of switching around. I liked when he played the pedal steel guitar. It was also awesome I wasn't the only dancer. Is NYC getting good again? All of us dancers around the place weren't in anyone's way and having fun. I did get cold after a while and decided to sit at the bar, but it was still fun.
Steve Kimock featuring Bernie Worrell, Wally Ingram, Andy Hess, and more! - 8/10
Kimock’s ability to articulate tone, melody and emotion into music
combined with technical brilliance has earned Kimock the title “Guitar
Monk”( Relix Magazine) for his commitment to guitar, and his ability to
make it speak with its own original voice.
His variegated brand of guitar, alternately subdued and vibrant,
defies easy categorization. At times prog rock/jazz-inflected and at
others gypsy-straightaway, his crystal clear tone has been captivating
audiences for more than thirty years.
Kimock co-founded the Jazz/Rock fusion band Zero in the 80’s, KVHW in
the 90’s and now tours under his own name. He is widely embraced by
fans as one who carries the free-form torch of improvisation, through an
extensive catalog of original material in his own bands, as well as
through live performances with so many esteemed musicians. Kimock has
performed alongside the likes of Bruce Hornsby (and can be heard on two
of Hornsby’s releases), John Cipollina Jerry Garcia and all members of
the Grateful Dead, as well as Peter Frampton, Bonnie Raitt, The Allman
Brothers, Buddy Miles, Buddy Cage, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, Bobby Vega,
Martin Fierro , Joe Satriani, Baaba Maal, Angelique Kidjo, Elvin Bishop,
George Porter Jr., Steve Winwood, Derek Trucks, Ivan Neville, Grace
Slick, Papa John Creach, Norton Buffalo, Amos Garrett, Warren Haynes,
Hadi Al Sadoon, Stephen Perkins, Nicky Hopkins, Freddie Roulette, and
A relentless innovator as well as player, Kimock's focus leads to
guitar & amp craftsmanship. Over the past few years, he collaborated
on a series of highly collected custom Two-Rock “Kimock Amplifiers” as
well as a coveted ergonomic Scott Walker brand guitar - built in stereo.
His passion and devotion to performing live improvisation is
matchless, and his unparalleled ability to embrace and capture a theater
musically is the stuff of legends.