St. Louis, MO
Blues / Americana / Indie
Hey folks, there's a good chance I'll be playing in your neighborhood
this weekend, as I'll be filling up the mini-van with gasoline and hitting
the local highways. If you've got a hankering for some blues and roots
music, I suggest you join me for one of these fine events!
Thursday night, 7-10pm at Schneithorst's in Ladue, with amazing percussionist
R Scott Bryan.
Friday evening 6-9pm in Wright City at the beautiful Cedar Lake Cellars. What
a relaxing place to enjoy the outdoors and have a glass of wine!
Saturday morning 10am-12pm, KDHX 88.1 Harvest Sessions at the Tower Grove Park farmer's
market. Solo gig with a special appearance by Circus Flora during the set break.
How can you miss it?
Saturday 8-11pm at my favorite venue and hang out in St. Charles, Picasso's Coffeehouse,
on Main Street. All my favorite regulars will be there, and they'll hear
all my best original tunes, and all the sarcastic stories that go along with them.
Join us for a great night!
As you can see, i'm working my tail off, and I love it. I hope to see you
"Bilchik is what many would deem a "B-2," devastatingly good but remaining under
the radar. The raw nature of his music is what makes Bilchik something different..." The
Current- UMSL, Graham Tucker
"Kevin’s songs and vocal style are a simple
pleasure that you want to indulge in again and again. Good songs. Good writing.
Good style. I really enjoyed listening to this CD and will certainly add it my collection
to enjoy on a regular basis."" Roots Music Report, Angie Chaney
lyrics, as well as a smooth, stark delivery and composition are reminiscent of artists
such as Bob Dylan and Tom Waits at his most folky. Relying on the strength of storytelling,
Bilchik’s music is only the delivery system for stories that immerse the listener
in vivid imagery and powerful states of mind. Sung in a plain, no frills sandy baritone,
there is little to distract you from Bilchik’s tales of the extraordinary
in everyday life." James Dufendach, 30music.com