“Keb’ Mo’ is truly unlike any other artist on today’s contemporary blues scene. He has an uncanny ability to paint a musical kaleidoscope and offer a range of styles and sounds that appeal to a wide audience, all the while remaining true to himself as an artist.” – Ink 19

“Mo’s career path is littered with Grammys… this outing may well put him on track for more statuettes for his mantel.” – No Depression

 “There’s nothing better to heal your soul than a Keb’ Mo’ concert… With storytelling at the heart of his songs, Keb’ is not just an outstanding guitar player, singer-songwriter, but a great entertainer.” – Rock and Blues Muse

“All in, it’s the most personal and adventurous album he’s made in his decorated career…” – Glide

Toronto, ON – June 14, 2019 – Today, Keb’ Mo’ releases Oklahoma, his first solo studio album since BLUESAmericana (2014). Building on the backbone of the Blues with subjects like depression and love, Mo’ also addresses current worldly issues like immigration and environmental degradation. Oklahoma is now available through all digital retailers and can be purchased here.

Following his 2018 Grammy Award-winning collaboration with Taj Mahal, TajMo (2017), Glide Magazine predicts, “another Grammy awaits,” calling Oklahoma “the most personal and adventurous album he’s made.”

Overall, Oklahoma—which Keb' has dedicated to his late mother, Lauvella Cole, who passed away in September 2018 at the age of 91—maintains an impressive level of emotional engagement throughout, making it one of his most compelling collections. With noted musical veteran, Colin Linden (The Band, Bruce Cockburn), heading up production duties, the album's 10 tracks encompass Keb' Mo's diverse talents, with the artist delivering some of the most adventurous and personal work of his career. Oklahoma (Concord Records) features cameos from Taj Mahal, Rosanne Cash, Robert Randolph, Jaci Velasquez and Keb’ Mo’s wife, Robbie Brooks Moore. For more information about the album, visit here.

In his quarter-century as a recording artist, the charismatic singer/guitarist/ songwriter and four-time GRAMMY Award winner has consistently made music that reflects his own passions and interests. In the process, he's earned a reputation for his ability to draw upon his bottomless roots-music expertise to make deeply expressive, highly personal music.


Keb’ Mo’s online store includes an exclusive Oklahoma marble vinyl edition with a 24 page, 12” x 12” booklet, as well as signed copies and a wide range of newly designed merchandise limited to fans online here.

Hailed internationally as one of the greatest Blues artists of his generation, Keb’ Mo’ continues to tour globally with dates currently booked in Europe and across the United States. For a full list of tour dates, visit here.

About Keb' Mo':
Over the past two decades, award-winning singer, songwriter, guitarist and contemporary blues artist, Keb’ Mo’, has cultivated a reputation as a modern master of American roots music through the understated excellence of his live and studio performances. His most recent project – TajMo - is a cross-generational collaboration with legendary blues musician Taj Mahal which merges the two artists’ distinctive voices and guitar styles. The project, which won the 2018 GRAMMY for “Best Contemporary Blues Album,” features guest appearances by Sheila E., Joe Walsh, Lizz Wright and Bonnie Raitt. B.B. King, Buddy Guy, the Dixie Chicks, Joe Cocker, Robert Palmer and Tom Jones have all recorded his songs. His guitar playing has inspired leading instrument makers Gibson Brands to issue the Keb’ Mo’ Signature Bluesmaster acoustic guitar and Martin Guitars to issue the HD-28KM Keb’ Mo’ Limited Edition Signature model. He has collaborated with a host of artists, including Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Brown, Cassandra Wilson, Buddy Guy, Amy Grant, Solomon Burke, Little Milton and many others. Keb’ also wrote and performed the theme song for the smash sitcom, “Mike & Molly,” and was music composer for TV’s “Memphis Beat.” He has also been featured in TV and film, playing Robert Johnson in the 1998 documentary “Can’t You Hear The Wind Howl,” appeared three times on the television series, “Touched By an Angel,” and was the ghostly bluesman Possum in John Sayles’ 2007 movie, “Honeydripper.” Keb’ is very involved with the Playing For Change movement, which was created to inspire, connect and bring peace to the world through music. He has been involved with Playing For Change since its inception and has been featured in many related videos and events. Keb’ Mo’ is touring the U.S. in 2019.


June 14 - Cabot Theatre - Beverly, MA

June 15 - The Stone Mountain Arts Center - Brownsfield, ME

June 16 - Lebanon Opera House - Lebanon, NH

June 17 - Sony Hall - New York, NY

June 19 - The Space at Westbury - Westbury, NY

June 20 - Palace Theatre - Greensburg, PA

June 22 - Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua- Bayfield, WI

June 23 – Minnesota Zoo – Apple Valley, MN

June 30 – Glastonbury Festival – Worthy Farm, UK

July 1 - Colston Hall - Bristol

July 2 - Union Chapel - London

July 4 - Tivoliredenburg Hertz - Utrecht

July 6 - Ulmer Zelt - Ulm

July 7 – Muffathalle - Munich

July 9 - Amager Bio – Copenhagen

July 11 – Black & Blue Festival – Varese, IT

July 12 – Dal Mississippi Al Po Festival – Fiorenzuola d’Arda, IT

July 13 – Volo sul Mondo Festival –  Verona, IT

July 14 – Delta Blues Festival – Rovigo, IT

July 16 – Archa Theatre – Prague, CZ

July 17 - Porgy & Bess - Vienna

July 18 - Poolbar Festival - Feldkirch

July 21 - Blue Balls Festival - Lucerne

July 23 - Blue Note Hawaii - Honolulu, HI

July 24 - Blue Note Hawaii - Honolulu, HI

August 25 - Blue Note Hawaii – Honolulu, HI

September 5 - Granada Theatre – Dallas, TX

September 6 - Granada Theatre - Dallas, TX

September 7 - Paramount Theatre – Austin, TX

September 10 - Hattiesburg Saenger Theatre – Hattiesburg, MS

September 12 - The Pabst Theatre – Milwaukee, WI

September 13 - Northshore Center for the Performing Arts – Skokie, IL

September 14 - Michigan Theatre - Ann Arbor, MI

September 15 - Memorial Hall – Cincinnati, OH

September 17- Peace Center – Greenville, SC

September 18 - McGlohon Theatre at Spirit Square- Charlotte, NC

September 19 - Gaillard Center – Charleston, SC

September 22 – Tower Theatre – Oklahoma City, OK

September 25 - The Armory - Fort Collins, CO

September 26 - The Armory - Fort Collins, CO

September 27 - The Armory - Fort Collins, CO

September 28 - Paramount Theatre – Denver, CO

October 4 - Revolution Hall – Portland, OR

October 6 – The Moore Theatre - Seattle, WA

October 8 – Tower Theatre – Bend, OR

October 9 - The Egyptian Theatre – Boise, ID

October 12 - Eccles Center - Park City, UT

October 26 - Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise - San Diego, CA

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