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Blues Revue Magazine

253 Fifth Ave. N

St. Petersburg, Florida 33701

United States

Company Description

Blues Revue is the world's largest blues publication, devoted to the listener and musician whose musical passion is the full spectrum of the blues. Viewing this page requires a browser capable of displaying frames. ... more

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The Fabulous Thunderbirds


The T-Birds

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Moorpark College

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Behavioral Science

Athens State University



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SFBF: 2008 Performers [cached]

It was Kim Wilson who eventually coaxed Ramos back into music full time in '95 as a member of the Fabulous Thunderbirds, a band that had inspired him some 17 years earlier.

Fletcher soon found himself performing around town with the likes of Janiva Magness and Lynwood Slim, eventually landing a spot in Kim Wilson's Blues Revue.
Before long Ronnie had made a strong impression on some high profile players on the contemporary blues scene, and was recruited into Fabulous Thunderbirds front man Kim Wilson's solo blues project, and then almost immediately was hired away to join one of the hardest working bands in blues, Little Charlie & The Nightcats, spending the better part of a decade touring the world and recording with them for Alligator Records.
In his spare time, he's played and recorded with numerous other artists, including Rusty Zinn, Chicago blues legend Dave Myers, Kim Wilson, and many others.
In 2001, he was hired (after several offers over the years) by Kim Wilson to join The Fabulous Thunderbirds, a band he toured the world with for many years. (top)

Blues International Ltd. 2004 Festival Performers [cached]

Kim Wilson says "Sugar Ray is the real deal!

At the same time young Austin artists like Kim Wilson, Stevie Ray and Jimmie Vaughan were coming up.
Vaughan formed The Fabulous Thunderbirds with Kim Wilson in the mid-70's and when Antone's Nightclub opened in 1975, the Thunderbirds became the house band, sharing the stage with Buddy Guy, BB King, and a host of others.

Kim Wilson | Wilson, Kim | Eminence Speaker

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Kim Wilson

Kim Wilson
Harmonica player, songwriter and singer Kim Wilson is as much a student and historian of classic blues as he is one of the U.S.'s top harmonica players. Simply put, Wilson has taste; when he enters the recording studio, he has a clear vision of what he wants his next record to sound like. Aside from all this, he's also an extremely hard worker and a major road hog, spending upwards of 200 nights a year on the road, playing festivals and clubs throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe with his own Kim Wilson Band and leading the Fabulous Thunderbirds.
Although he's long been known as the charismatic frontman for the Fabulous Thunderbirds, Wilson's solo albums-which feature bands of his own choosing for different tracks-is where the genius in his work shows through most clearly. Born January 6, 1951 in Detroit, Wilson grew up in California. His parents were singers who would sing popular standards on the radio, and while Wilson took trombone and guitar lessons, he didn't discover blues until he was a senior in high school. Wilson's father later worked for General Motors and raised his family in Goleta, California, he recalled in a 1994 interview in his adopted hometown of Austin.


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Their first LP, The Paladins, was produced by Kim Wilson of the Fabulous Thunderbirds, and was released in 1987.

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