Mr.Keith Little “The Cincinnati Blues Man”
Cincinnati’s own “King of the Blues” Singer/Song writer, Play writer, writer and producer of the Cincinnati Blues & Jazz video Documentary (Thanks for My Flowers). Producer of “Night Lights” a compilation CD of Cincinnati Sounds Cincinnati Style. Founder and President of (CULAN INC) Cincinnati’s United Local Artists Network Inc. Founder, President and owner of (PAES INC) Popular Arts Entertainment Systems Inc. Founder, host and producer of his past TV show “Mr. Little’s Hangout”Ch25 WBQC a local station. Former Trustee, Vice-President and President of the “ Cincy Blues Society” Former chief coordinator for the “Performer’s Alliance For Charity”, contributors to charity. Mr. Little has shared the stage and jammed with other great artists such as “Kenny Neal, Pinetop Perkins, Long John Hunter, Anson Funderburgh & Sam Myers, Clarence Carter, Little Charlie & The Night Cats, Phil Guy, Frankie Lee, Skeeter Brandon, Leon Wilkinson” from the Lynyrd Skynyrd Band, Little Milton and many more through over 49 years of performing.
Mr. Little says thanks to the his fans from which he receives mail from around the world due to support from magazines like, Juke Blues-Living Blues – Blues Access – Soul-Bag – Cadence – Blues & Rhythm – Hog Town – Blue Suede News- Blues Scene Newsletter – Blues Print-Blues Blast-Blues Festival Guide, and many many more. Recorded two NEW!!! CD’s simultaneously 3 1/2 years, ”Soul Santa” fest Deitra Farr and “Plum Crazy” feat. Nellie “Tiger” Travis for June 2018 release. Mr. Keith Little – 513-213-1799 email: email@example.com web site www.mrlittlesr.com facebook.com/mrkeithlittle Previous CDs “Christopher Corey”, “Going Downtown”, “A Mother’s Love” “Get Loose With It”, New CD “Soul Santa” and coming “Plum Crazy” all shares insight in his life and fiction.“ Today we learn Tomorrow we put it to action”
WBQC Channel 25 (now WKRP) “Mr. Little’s Hangout TV Show” Wednesday 4pm
Goodbye Scizone and Outdoor Connection. Hello Mr. Little. The Scizone and the Outdoor Connection had core audiences and potential, but neither show managed to maintain the support from the community and was deemed to be changed or cancelled. With producers leaving both shows, we decided to shift gears and change directions. Keith Little’s Mr. Little’s Hangout introduced Cincinnati to the blues, jazz, and soul community