MOK'S BLUES BAND
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South Korean blues phenom Mok-Kyung Kim followed. With a rich, stinging guitar tone and phrasing that mirrored obvious unfluesnce Eric Clapton, Kim showed why he is the top electric blues gun in his country, this year's honored Memphis in May nation. And with solid enough vocals, Kim could pull off a classic such as Got my Mojo working.
Memphis blues great Blind Mississippi Morris eventually joined Kim with his tour deforce of ferocious harmonica blowing and singing. - The commercial appeal By Bill Ellis


When the new works with the old, there is harmony.
Take the case of Mok-kyung Kim, blazing a path as the Korean Blues musician to perform in the US.
A Korean video crew was recording his performances at this weekend's Beale Street Music Festival and his visit in town for a documentary.
Here was this trailblazer from Seoul representing his country's cutting edge who was as awed as any Blues lover could be in Memphis, the heart of blues tradition. - The commercial appeal in Memphis By Jon w.Sparks


Discography

< Solo Albums >
Old Fashioned Man (1990)
No artificial added (1994)
Living with the Blues (1996)
Play the Blues (2000)
Live in concert (2002)
Rock me Blues (2005)

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In May 2003, He was invited to perform at the Beale Street Music Festival in Memphis, TN.
There He was fortunated enough to play with such artists as ZZ Top, Clarence Gatemouth Brown, Joe Cocker, Bob Margolin.

In May 2006,He was invited and performed at the Kyushu Blues Festival in Hukuoka, Japan.

In June 2006,He was invited and performed at the Bragdoya Blues Festival in Kristiansand, Norway.

In May 2007,He is touring Japan.
May 2nd ,Tokyo at Jirokichi.
May 3rd, Kyoto at Toga Toga.
May 4th Tokuyama at Boogie House.
May 11th, Kyushu Blues Festival.

In 2008, He is booked to perform in Kyusyu Blues festival in Japan and Bragdoya Blues festival in Norway.