Ken Rhyne Band On KLED 91.1-FM » News » Radio Gets Wild

Artists reviews Ken Rhyne Band On KLED 91.1-FM

Posted by radiogetswild on (4983 views)
"Some People Think the Blues Are About Being Sad, For Those of Us Who Know, There's An Understanding Blues Is About Having Fun" KEN RHYNE "Can't Let This Good Thing Slip Away" by Ken Rhyne and The Ken Rhyne Band, previously submitted to KLED-Live 91.1 FM has been chosen for airplay by host Lacy Darryl Phillips aka Uncle Earl. Lacy Darryl Phillips (Uncle Earl) is an on air personality for KCLA-99.3-FM / KLED 91.1-FM, The Los Angeles Academy of Performing Arts & Uncle Earl Productions. KLEDLive (91.1-FM) airs within the Greater Los Angeles Area and within a 10-mile radius of Hollywood, CA reaching the second largest radio market in the US. KCLA 99.3-FM (99-ROCK FM) is an XM Satellite Radio station. As the Producer/Host of the hit new global radio show "The Underground Experience" Uncle Earl showcases, highlights and profiles Music, Art & Entertainment. ~~~ "The Voice of The People"

On October 5, 2011, the music of Ken Rhyne was featured on the RGW Network. Radio Gets Wild is one of the largest radio networks in the United Kingdom with a broadcast reach to over 220 countries. Their on-line site receives over 1.5M hits per month and holds over 40-International Awards. Their station is now available to cell phone listeners at the click of a button.


October 2011 also brings a feature article on the music of Ken Rhyne by writer AJ Naff of Indian Gaming Magazine. The magazine feature is receiving global distribution through the Indian Gaming Magazine Network and through the Indian Gaming Conference held in Las Vegas, Nevada. The article features a live performance photo by Daniel Rodriguez Jr. courtesy of the AVI Resort & Casino, Laughlin, NV.'sWho.pdf


From the juke joints and taverns in Memphis, New Orleans and the Delta Blues of Mississippi, to the night clubs and casinos throughout the US and Canada, Ken Rhyne emerged as one of the most accomplished Blues/Blues Rock/Southern Rock & Roll artists of our time. His dedication to musical perfection is something he is well known for, unsurpassed by most and heard in every recording and live show. He is a multi-talented Blues/Blues Rock singer/songwriter and one of the top harmonica players in the world. Ranked as one of the "Top Nine Unsigned Bands in the World" by the International Blues Challenge, Memphis, TN, Ken Rhyne Band plays Blues/Blistering Blues Rock/Southern Blues Rock & Roll the way our "Forefathers of Blues" intended it to be.

Veteran Boogie Woogie Piano Player & GRAMMY Nominated Songwriter Bob Page, a master of Rockin’ Piano Blues and Boogie-Woogie Piano player joined the band in July 2011. Most recently with the Georgia Satellites, Page is completely self-taught and internationally recognized for delighting audiences with his deep, rich vocals and phenomenal playing. The Ken Rhyne Band also features drummer Ned "Bad Boy" Suddreth, Ken's brother from another mother, guitarist Will Alvarez and bassist Mr. Van Miller as himself.


Ken Rhyne has written commercials for adult beverages and casinos, performed at the New Orleans Jazz Festival and other major arenas around the US and Canada. “Caught You White Handed”, the title song on Ken Rhyne's first album release was featured on the “Skin Tight Blues” compilation from Sweetgrass Records, hit #1 on the Aboriginal Charts in Canada and was nominated for a prestigious Native American Music Award. Rhyne has shared the stage with such well known, internationally recognized artists as George Thorogood and The Destroyers, Elvin Bishop, Mavis Staples, Greg Allman, Delbert McClinton, The Nighthawks, Jimmy Thackery, Kenny Neal, Sean Costello, The Neville Brothers, Doug Kershaw and many others.

Through his design, music and civic involvement, Rhyne has served as an advocate for Native American issues throughout his life. Originally from High Point, NC, Ken Rhyne is a member of the Iroquois band of Tuscarora Indians and is a nationally-recognized, award-winning designer with a talent for respectfully incorporating tribal culture into museums, cultural centers and other types of facilities around the world. He and his family currently reside in Atlanta, GA, where Rhyne is a Principal with Urban Design Group, an internationally recognized design firm where Ken is a noted interior designer and pivotal part of the firm’s leadership team. His national portfolio includes the Museum of the Seven Feathers in South Carolina, Weedon Island Preserve Educational Center in Florida, Red Hawk Casino in California and the award-winning Cultural Resources Center for the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian and the Kampen Eagle Wing Center in Indiana.


Ken Rhyne is also a member of the Pfeiffer University Baseball Hall of Fame and was a minor league player for the Washington Senators and Texas Rangers.


Smokin' in Suwanee -Blistering Blues Rock & More..........


Featured on the cover of The Laughlin Entertainer with well known, international acts Big & Rich, Gary Allan and Gretchen Wilson TWO PAGE INTERVIEW - PAGE 12


On the way to Rhyneland - We found a Diamond in the Desert


Ken Rhyne Tapped To Open For The Lovin' Spoonful -

Ken Rhyne - Top 40 Charts - 

Veteran Boogie Woogie Piano Player & GRAMMY Nominee Joins Ken Rhyne Band -  

Urban Design Group Packs the House with their First Annual Blues and Q’s Event Featuring the Ken Rhyne Band -


Myra Chapman / Publicist
Promoter/Media Relations/Booking
All Indianz Promotions
All Indianz AirPlay
864.898.0376 Office
864.404.0338 Cell


No Comments
Reply Anonymous ( Login | Register )
Article Rating
Average Score: 4
Votes: 1
Please take a second and vote for this article: