Steve Kimock and Friends, 11/5/11

Steve Kimock & Friends
Brooklyn Bowl
New York City, NY
November 5, 2011


As part of his recent residence at New York’s Brooklyn Bowl, Steve Kimock brought out a few friends, for the second of a two night stand, to help him bathe the crowd with the mystic guitar work and infamous groove for which he is known.

With Kimock on guitar, Bobby Vega on bass, Bernie Worrell on keys and Wally Ingram on drums, the quartet was also be joined — towards the end of the first set — by Kimock’s son, Morgan, on a second drum kit and Peter Apfelbaum on sax and percussion . Highlighted by what is arguably one of Kimock’s most profound compositions, “Tongue N Groove,” the quartet would later be joined by cellist Trevor Exter who joined the ensemble for the night capping number, “Use Me.”




I: Nana’s Chalkpipe, Rigor Mortis, Ice Cream, Baby Baby, Tongue N Groove

II: Anorexia, Merle’s Boogie, Many Rivers To Cross, Hillbillies On PCP

Encore: Use Me


To download an audience recording of this show, click here.

Click the thumbnail(s) to view photos from the evening by Vernon Webb