Twenty-five-year session man, front man and solo artist Kim Wilson's vocal and harmonica work has clearly made him an essential ingredient of the Texas Blues. But to leave it at that would discredit his contribution to blues as a whole. Any blues fan can tell you how powerfully Wilson--whose shows this weekend at the Rhythm Room are set to be recorded for a new album--interprets a multitude of styles, how cleanly he writes, or how elegantly he blows the harp and vocalizes a phrase. They may sing praises to the Fabulous Thunderbirds, the band he formed with Stevie Ray's brother, Jimmie Vaughan, and which Wilson still fronts. The late blues great Muddy Waters often said that his favorite vocalist and harmonica player were... More >>>