SOME FRAGMENTS OF BLUESMAN´S LIFE:
Joe Kubek was born in Pennsylvania on November 30, 1956 but grew up just outside of Dallas. He was leading his own bands and gigging in clubs all around Dallas when he was only 14.
By the time he was 19, he was backing many famous blues players in the area, including Freddie King. In 1976, Kubek was about to head out on tour with King when King died suddenly of a heart attack.
Kubek next worked with R&B singer Al “TNT” Braggs and made a host of new friends, including Albert King, Stevie Ray Vaughan (with whom Kubek became close), B.B. King and many other blues icons.
One night, he even had the chance to play B.B.’s guitar, Lucille.
In 1989, Kubek met guitarist/vocalist Bnois King at a Monday night Dallas jam session. The two became fast friends.
Kubek and King signed to Bullseye Blues and released their debut CD, Stepping Out Texas Style, in 1991. And They have created many genial albums since 1991.
October 11, 2015 – the end of the big blues bard…
Post scriptum: Už jste zažili, že nějaká hudba je tak dobrá, že vám mimoděk vytrysknou slzy?