Blues fans can tell you, right now there aren’t enough great ladies blues performers around today. But guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter E.G. Kight, elevated as she is at the gospel custom, is a breathing of oxygen in the modern blues picture. Kight was created in Dublin, GA, and grew up within a musical family members. She started performing throughout the house being a toddler and she started taking electric guitar lessons from her grandmother when she was five. Her parents acquired an abundance of great nation music inside your home, including albums by Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Eddy Arnold, among others, therefore she grew up with gospel music in cathedral and mostly nation music in the home. She started performing nation music skillfully in junior senior high school and one evening after a present, a enthusiast asked her if she’d have you ever heard of Koko Taylor. After hearing a few of Taylor’s performing that evening, she understood where her center would business lead her. She understood of B.B. Ruler, Bobby “Blue” Bland, and undoubtedly Elvis Presley, nonetheless it was Taylor’s blues vocal design that strike Kight such as a lot of bricks. She started in earnest to understand all she could about Taylor as well as other females blues performers, and started functioning some blues into her nation act. She discovered her lily white viewers hadn’t been shown very much to deep blues. She still left a protected living playing nation music and began once more, reinventing herself being a blues vocalist. Over time, Kight provides collaborated or distributed the stage with a number of nation and blues music artists including George Jones, Jerry Lee Lewis, Conway Twitty, Luther Allison, Taj Mahal, and undoubtedly, her idol, Koko Taylor. Taylor also recorded among Kight’s tracks, “Energy to Burn off,” on her behalf Royal Blue record for the Alligator label. Kight’s albums consist of “Have I ACQUIRED Blues for you personally,” a 1996 discharge for her very own label, Blue South Information and four various other releases: Enter into the Blues in 1997, Difficulty in 2000, Southern Comfort and ease in 2003, and Takin’ It Easy in 2004. Kight documented her second recording, Enter into the Blues in the aged Capricorn Information studios in Macon, GA. She wished to pay out tribute to Otis Redding a indigenous of Macon, therefore she documented “I AM Loving You TOO MUCH TIME.” Once the Georgia Music Hall of Popularity recognized Redding’s efforts to music in 2002, Kight was asked to perform in a wedding ceremony unveiling a bronze statue of Redding. Her last recording for her personal Blue South label, Takin’ It Easy, contains eight initial Kight structure and four cover music, including her undertake Duke Ellington’s “I Ain’t Got Nothin’ However the Blues,” and her acoustic undertake the Allman Brothers’ “Southbound.” Guests consist of Ann Rabson, pianist for Saffire the Uppity Blues Females, guitarist Chris Hicks from the Marshall Tucker Band, and previous Roomful of Blues saxophonist Greg Piccolo. Since that evening in 1995 when her lifestyle transformed after she initial noticed a Koko Taylor record, Kight provides racked up an extraordinary array of honours and encomiums from her peers, including six nominations within the Memphis-based Blues Foundation’s Blues Music Honours for modern female musician and tune of the entire year. Recently, Long Island-based M.C. Information agreed upon Kight to record on their behalf, and It’s Scorching in Here premiered in the summertime of 2008. Eleven from the 12 monitors on her brand-new record were created or co-written by Kight, as well as the record is a wonderful mixture of straight-ahead blues and Americana inspired tunes.
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