Katie Knipp goes back to ‘The Well’

(photos: Phil Kampel) Words by Carolyn McCoy By now, most of us have a serious case of the Lockdown Blues. But there is hope! Almost like a homeopathic dose of the blues to cure the blues, Katie Knipp’s latest release, The Well, is just the antidote for the overall hell we are experiencing right now. Last year at this time, Knipp was climbing the Billboard Blues charts, in which she shared honored space with other masters like Buddy Guy and Kenny Wayne Shepherd. She was also flying high on a nod from the Grammy Association by almost acquiring a nomination [...]

By |March 18, 2021|Tags: |

Review + Photos: Katie Knipp at Sweetwater Music Hall

Katie Knipp (photo: Carolyn McCoy) Review by Carolyn McCoy Katie Knipp saunters onto the stage as her backing band paves the way for her entrance with a healthy groove, her long brown hair flying after her as she takes a seat at her keyboard. Her smile is electric and she greets her audience with a huge hello then begins to pound away a bluesy strut on her keys. All at once, her voice pummels me with its brute force and the show begins — BAM! “I don’t sing for you anymore...” Knipp hails from Sacramento and is fast becoming one of [...]

By |January 9, 2020|Tags: |
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