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Kirby Sewell Band One Sheet

Kirby Sewell was born to sing.  The big Blues shouter, who stands 6 ft 6, belts out his tunes like the great gospel soul singers of the past.

Kirby, known to break a sweat performing, commands the stage, sharing nuances of his own life in unforgettable vocal performances, leaving audiences little doubt that the Blues has spent some time with him.  Backed by an incredible band, led by producer/guitarist Neil Gunhold, who has cooked up a genre bending, sonic union, colored by the Rock, Country, Blues overtones of Morgan Turk (lead guitar), along with Jim Johnston (drums) and Jae Cho (bass), who dynamically underpin Sewell’s deeply textured, Soul filled, R&B/Rock voice.

Kirby Sewell Band

Mike Bell from the Calgary Herald says, “Sewell’s powerful vocals and unflinching front man presence are magic as he belts the songs out like an R&B bat out of hell.”

It is this magic in the band’s passionate live performances, that has been their ticket to be invited to International stages across North America like the San Jose Jazz Festival, to Orangeville, Ontario’s Blues & Jazz Festival, to regionally headlining several music societies, and festivals like the Salmon Arm Roots & Blues to name a few.

The Kirby Sewell Band is an electrifying Canadian Blues Rock experience. Reaching out with modern interpretations, the 5-piece band tells melodic heart pulling stories that come from the depths of an old soul, while breathing new musical life into a genre. Their arrangements are amped up, invigorating, and play against the grain.

The Kirby Sewell Band’s music has been played across North America on SiriusXM, and nationally on the CBC, CKUA & Galaxy networks.  They have shared the stage with Colin James, Trombone Shorty, Burton Cummings, Coco Montoya, Blue Rodeo, the Downchild Blues Band, Edgar Winter & Savoy Brown.

Embarking on an International tour with their new album Girl With a New Tattoo, the band seeks to hit the road with their infectious brand, and indelibly mark everyone who listens.

Comments 1

  1. I am impressed, and having spent the past 50 years listening to and studying the blues in so many of its forms, that is saying something. A lot of blues/rockers lose sight of the blues somewhere along the way. You guys pull it off with style and finesse. Keep up the good work. A review will be coming shortly.

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