IT'S HERE! Christone "Kingfish" Ingram's debut album releases Friday May 17 but you can stream the full album at NPR.
“One of the most anticipated blues releases of the year…” – Living Blues
“Is Christone “Kingfish” Ingram the future of the blues?” – Rolling Stone
“Ingram sings with relatable conviction, but the whole thing seems fairly businesslike until around 1:44, when there's a brief guitar solo. Then and there, Kingfish – who was a featured performer in the Netflix series Luke Cage– shows that he is, in fact, ready for bigger stages.” - NPR ... See MoreSee Less
My friend who has stage4 triple negative breast cancer (in her 30’s diagnosed while pregnant with her now 2 yr old son) would like to attend this festival with her Dad as their special event together on her bucket list.. They have tickets, but unsure how they will afford anything beyond that. She lives in Coos bay. It may be a long shot, but I know there are some really good people in this world still ... See MoreSee Less
The 20-year-old guitar phenom understands the blues as a lifeline, a malleable language and a way of being in the world. Christone "Kingfish"Ingram at Waterfront Blues Festival performs Saturday 7/6 at the Marriott After-Hours Show and Sunday 7/7 on the festival main stage. ... See MoreSee Less
2019 Dates: TBA. Touted as one of the best-run festivals anywhere, the Waterfront Blues Festival is committed to providing a world-class event to the community of Portland and beyond that presents diverse musical arts, culture, and entertainment. The festival has been committed to using its broad platform to create awareness and support of hunger relief efforts for 30 years (from Facebook).