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Shot Notes

Christone “Kingfish” Ingram effortlessly channelled the original grandfathers of the Blues on the Crossroads stage at Bluesfest 2022.

Kingfish’s respect for the old masters is evident when you hear him play. He draws his inspiration from the earliest days of electric Blues.

With over 100 acts at Bluesfest, you can expect lovers of the original form to be well-catered for. The Byron Bay festival in Australia has a long history of attracting world-class Blues musicians from America’s Deep South.

Kingfish is a great example, coming from Clarksdale, Mississippi, The heart of the Blues story.

If you ever wondered what it would be like to go back in time and listen to Robert Johnson, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Muddy Waters and B.B. King craft the foundation of the Blues. A live performance from Kingfish can take you on that journey.

Kingfish was a big hit at the festival in 2022 and it is great to hear he will be back in 2023.

Festival tickets are available from the Bluesfest Website.

If you can’t wait till then, he will do some warm-up gigs in Adelaide and Sydney, tickets from Bluesfest Touring.

This image is available for download here.

8 Responses to “Christone Ingram”

  1. 1

    Congrats on the Grammy

  2. 2

    …and only 23 years old

  3. 3
    Sonic Robert:

    Quality Blues

  4. 4
    Tim B:

    Blues Great

  5. 5
    Lady P:

    Love his voice too.

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    Little Mel:

    Can’t wait for Bluesfest

  8. 8

    You certainly hit the spot there. Well chosen.

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