We’re so lucky to have Kettle of Fish at Stottlemyer’s!
Kettle of Fish plays festy blues, the kind of festival music that features blues, soul, and funk with the energy of rock n roll. They make old songs new again, and their originals sound like classics. The kettle is one of the hottest live acts in Southwest Florida, headlining to thousands, and opening for such acts as Eddie Money, Marshall Tucker, Elvin Bishop, and Dickey Betts (three times, and he even called the band “intimidating”) and many more playing originals and deep track covers.
Their original music is an amalgam of rock, blues, reggae, and new Orleans soul…
Their covers include deep tracks from Little Feat, the Rolling Stones, the Neville Brothers, the Allmans, the Dead, Otis Redding, Jimi Hendrix, and much more… Throw in some Freddie King, Howlin Wolf, Cream, Muddy Waters and Robert Cray blues… and you’ve got, a totally different KETTLE OF FISH!