Robert Kimbrough Sr. is the youngest son of the great blues legend Junior Kimbrough. Robert grew up in North Mississippi where blues music was a part of everyday life inside and out of his father’s juke joints.
Robert continues his father’s musical legacy of Cotton Patch Soul Blues, a form of blues that was created by his Mississippi family and recently made famous by The Black Keys and Buddy Guy who have both released CDs of music written by Junior Kimbrough.
Robert has 5 full length CD releases garnering a great buzz from the blues world’s best magazines like Living Blues. Robert’s 2019 release, I Been Fixed won AMG’s, Artist’s Music Guild, Album of the Year.
Robert has also been featured in many interviews and blues shows like Moonshine & Mojo Hands (episode 2).
Robert has played his blues all over the world headlining festivals both big and small from Switzerland to Argentina. Robert also hosted his 5 th annual Kimbrough Cotton Patch Soul Blues Festival this year in Holly Springs, MS where he currently resides.
Look for Robert and his band on the road this year bringing his original juke joint style of blues to America and the world.