MEAN GENE KELTON @ WESTFIELD BY THE RAILROAD   5 comments

Mean Gene Kelton & The Diehards

It’s been awhile since Joy and I enjoyed the music of Mean Gene Kelton & The Diehards, so when the opportunity to see them at Westfield by the Railroad presented itself this past Saturday night, we made it down to one of our old live music venues.  This time there was an additional expectation; Gene had added a piano player to the band, Clint Glaze.

Clint is a great addition to an already tight band, affording new music and jam possibilities.  Obviously, Gene and the band continue to evolve, creating new ways to bring their style of blues/southern rock/American roots music to southeast Texas music lovers.

Don’t just take my word; check out their schedule at http://www.genekelton.com/ and make a point to attend one of their gigs and judge for yourself. When you do, let me know about your experience. The more we share our live music experiences, the more we will be able to better support musicians in southeast Texas.

Kenne

Posted February 4, 2010 by kenneturner in Art, Blues, Music, Photography, video

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5 responses to “MEAN GENE KELTON @ WESTFIELD BY THE RAILROAD

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  1. Sweet capture, thanks for sharing. For that matter thanks for the work that goes into your site. I saw Corner Pub last year and looked around your site a little.

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  2. Thanks. We work to support live music and exposing people in southeast Texas to the wealth of fine musicians in our area. Plus, Gene is always there when others are in need. He was there when some of us in Montgomery County were trying to provide a blues educational series at Montgomery College. He’s all class.

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  3. Wish I could have Been there!!!
    You gave me one of his CD.s some time ago! Yes!
    t.

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  4. Pingback: Remembering Mean Gene Kelton — One Year Out « Becoming is Superior to Being

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