This year’s Cotton Patch Fest hosted by Robert Kimbrough Sr went off as a huge success despite the small rain storms. The lineup was great from Thursday night all the way to Sunday night.
It’s on! May 13-15, 2022 in Holly Springs, MS. Robert is hosting a solid lineup of blues greats. Check KimbroughCottonPatchSoulBluesFest.com For all updates. If you have attended this festival in the past, you know it is the best connection to the blues in Mississippi.
Robert Kimbrough Sr. has been on a mission to set the record straight about the music his dad, Junior Kimbrough, created and played. Junior is often dubbed as a Hill Country Blues musician but in Junior’s own words, “I’m playin’ Cotton Patch Blues.” You can pay your respects to this blues marker in Holly Springs, […]
Pain Won’t Stop was recorded in Robert Kimbrough Sr’s house in Ashland, MS with Kinney Kimbrough on drums and Lee Stafford on bass. The title track is written for his mother Magnolia Malone after her passing. You can order right here today. 1. Can I do you tonight? 2. Candy girl* 3. Jamaica* 4. Leave […]
Robert and the blues connection will be doing it up right at Red’s in Clarksdale, MS for the I BEEN FIXED CD pre-release party Saturday night, October 13. Stop by for some real Cotton Patch Soul Blues. You better be there because you know Red don’t allow no videoing or “goin’ live.”
Press Release November 15, 2018 Robert Kimbrough Sr – I Been Fixed (RU18-03) ReverbUnit Records (ReverbUnit.com) Contact: Robert Kimbrough Sr RobertKimbroughSrBlues@yahoo.com (662) 629-2853 Robert Kimbrough Sr., son of David “Junior” Kimbrough, has released his fourth self-produced album on ReverbUnit Records. This release continues Robert’s dedication to sharing the Cotton Patch Soul Blues — the genre created […]
Robert Kimbrough Sr singing on the Alligator’s Sons track Be My Guide while on tour in Argentina. Written in memory of Junior Kimbrough. https://www.facebook.com/AlligatorsSons/ Alligator’s Sons CD:
Read the great write up in Living Blues Magazine on Robert Kimbrough and his drive to keep his dad’s distinct music, The Cotton Patch Soul Blues, alive. Check out issue #253 for the article. Thanks to Jacqui Sahagian for the great coverage.
The Kimbrough Brothers recorded several songs in the old WROX radio station across from Cathead in downtown Clarksdale, MS. For such an old radio station the sound of the room was a studio dream. Kent Kimbrough’s drums sliced the air like a razor sharp knife. A special shoutout goes out to Bubba O’keefe for accommodating this session. […]