Keeping The Blues Alive

A New Era of Blues Kings

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At only 13 years old, King Solomon Hicks joined a large ensemble at the Cotton Club in his hometown of Harlem, New York City. He continues to stop by there on occasions as his continued success has allowed him to tour all over the United States. Now, still at the young age of 22, Hicks continues to show that he isn’t just another kid playing the blues.

King Solomon Hick’s adaptability and maturity on the guitar has allowed him to share the bill and stage with amazing musicians like Tony Bennett, Soulive, Marcus King, Ne-Yo, and many more. In 2017, he was invited to sail on Joe Bonamassa’s third annual Keeping the Blues Alive cruise when he was only 21 yeats old.
Well, he made such an impact that he has been invited to join the blues party yet again! In 2019, Hicks will join Bonamassa, Walter Trout, Davie Knowles, Samantha Fish, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and many more.

 

Check out the announced lineup, and other cruise info right here!

 

Patrick Ortiz 

KTBA

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