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The Rev. Jimmie Bratcher

The Rev. Jimmie Bratcher

Blues / BluesRock / Roots Kansas City, MO  US


  • Sun

    May 1

    Kansas City, MO, US | 10:00am
  • Wed

    Mar 16

    Kansas City, MO, US | 7:00pm

    $3.00 Everything...

  • Sat

    Mar 5

    Topeka, KS, US | 7:00pm
  • 2014

    Sep 21

    Kansas City, MO, US | 8:00pm

    12:00 – 04:00 | Levee Town (Sunday afternoon jam) BLUE STAR KC LINE-UP: 04:00 – 04:30 | Youth Stage (Hosted by The Pina Brothers) 04:45 – 05:45 | Amanda Fish Circus 06:00 – 07:00 | Latenight Callers 07:15 – 08:15 | Rev Jimmie Bratcher 08:30 – 09:30 | Katy Guillen & the Girls 09:45 – 10:45 | Samantha Fish

  • 2014

    Jan 8

    Kansas City, MO, US | 8:00pm

    Fast Johnny Ricker with special guests sitting in with Johnny, Scott Moyer and Jimmie Bratcher @ Knuckleheads Saloon


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  • Tim Kelly (Fan)
    Tim Kelly
    Jimmie knows how to rock a song. Wonderful vocals, smooth guitar, I've been looking for his style of Blues with Jesus. What a Find!! Kelly
  • Zetti Carnell (Artist)
    Zetti Carnell
    What's not too love.. Move over Clapton, Vaughn, King, Collins, Howlin 'Wolf, Lang, Waters and many more.... Jimmie is the REAL DEAL ya dig! NO GREEN NANNERS!
  • Steve Kraemer (Artist)
    Steve Kraemer
    Oh hell yeah! Great tunes! Really dig 57!
  • Monkey Paw Finger (Artist)
    Monkey Paw Finger
    Back For Another Taste Rev. Jimmie! Love "Bad Religion"!
  • Monkey Paw Finger (Artist)
    Monkey Paw Finger
    Excellent Blues Groove in Your Music Rev. Jimmie! Love "Bad Religion"!


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Sounds Like: Jonny Lang, Eric Clapton, Mike Zito

Label: Ain't Skeert Tunes

Manager: jimmie@jimmiebratcher.com

Bio: They call Jimmie Bratcher “The Electric Rev.”

Not only because his lightning-strike performances crackle with high-voltage guitar playing and emotionally charged vocals. Or because Bratcher makes the hairs rise on the arms of the crowds he entertains in the map of clubs, festivals, bike rallies,...See Full Bio

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“Secretly Famous is the seventh studio album for preacher/guitarist/vocalist Reverend Jimmie Bratcher, but according to Bratcher, “I really feel like it’s my first.” The Rev explores his roots with a blend of back-porch blues, grime, and hope that feels just right. Joining Bratcher on the album is Craig Kew on bass, Lester Estelle Jr. on drums, and Rick Steff on keys. Kew’s bass lines are grimy, funky, and soulful at the same time and lift this album to another level. Kew can walk and shuffle hard, but his syncopated, yet melodic bass lines create a masterfully funky groove on several tunes, most notably on “57,” which is one of the best tracks on the album. This is a good album, well worth listening to, and there’s not a single subpar track on the record. It’s progressive and hard-hitting, but also pays plenty of homage to the blues, country, and rock ‘n’ roll of days gone by. The Review: 9/10 Can’t Miss Tracks – 57 – Tobacco Road – When I Fall Apart ”

— Blues Rock Review

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