Killer Kane & The Blue F.O.'s
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Killer Kane & The Blue F.O.'s

Attleboro, MA | Established. Jan 01, 1991

Attleboro, MA
Established on Jan, 1991
Band Blues Blues Rock




"Little Compton Community Center"

To Whom it may concern,
I am writing at the request of the band Killer Kane and The Blue F.O.'s. Last year, (2007) we held our 9th annual Sakonnet Rhythm & Blues Festival to benefit the Little Compton Community Center at the Sakonnet Vineyard in Little Compton, RI.
The line up started with an opening set by the Bob Demers Band. Featured musicians included; The Gin Dogs, Killer Kane & The Blue F.O's, Mystic Jammers, Roomful of Blues, and blues guitar legend Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson.
I have no hesitation saying the crowd pleaser was Killer Kane & The Blue F.O. 's. Their extraordinary talents and professionalism brought the house down! The energy changed when the Blue F.O.'s took the stage. Even with bigger names on the lineup the response was electrifying. I was please to also see a large majority ofthe 500+ plus crowd came specifically to see the Blue FO'S.
'Ne are planning our 10th Sakonnet Rhythm & Blues Festival now and intend to'have The Blue F.O's headline this year!! 1 You will not be disappointed with a perfonnance by this courteous, professional and very talented group! 1£1 can answer any other questions please feel free to call me at
the Little Compton Community Center 401-635-2400.
Yours truly
Sa11y Huntington
Administrative Director
- Sally Hunington


"Jewel City Blues" released in 2000
"Done Your Time" released in 2005
Jewel City Blues, title cut, has been aired several times by the late Mae Krammer from WGBH "Blues After Hours" Various cuts from "Done Your Time" aired on WZLX "Sunday Morning Blues

'Live at Chan's" released 2010



The Blue F.O.s have performed around the world and around the corner. The core members have been together for over 20 years; Tim Lindsey (guitar & vocals), James "Killer" Kane (harp) and Charlie Huntington (keyboard). Over the last few years, the band has made several changes.  Fred Mielbye (bass) and Steve Pierce (drums) lay down the rhythm section while the soulful voices of Sarah Robertson and Jeff Davis light the stage on fire. 

In 2010 the band hit the number one spot on Cashbox Magazines; "Roadhouse Blues & Boogie" chart.  One of the cuts, "Back in a Cadillac" made it to the number one spot in only 17 weeks and held that position for three weeks remaining on the top 40 for a total of 26 weeks. 

Band Members