Fade Kings, R&B, Blues, Jazz, and Classic Rock in the Quinte area




All For You – Nat King Cole
CC Rider – Gene Harris
Compared To What – Les McCann & Eddie Harris
Exactly Like You- Denzel Sinclaire
Frim Fram Sauce- Nat King Cole
Girl From Ipanema – Antonio Carlos Jobim (Joao Gilberto)
I’m Walkin’ – Fats Domino (Kevin Mahogany)
Linus and Lucy – Vince Guaraldi
Lower Deck - Kombo
Mo’ Better Blues – Jacky Terrasson
Morning Dance – Spyro Gyra
Put It Where You Want It – The Crusaders
Sunny – Bobby Hebb (Joey DeFrancesco)
There Will Never Be Another You – Nat King Cole
Valdez In The Country – Cold Blood, George Benson
Wave – Antonio Carlos Jobim (Oscar Peterson)
You’re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You – Nat King Cole


Ain't No Sunshine – Bill Withers
Could It Be I’m Falling In Love – The Spinners
Dock Of The Bay- Otis Redding
Drift Away – Dobie Gray
Georgia On My Mind- Hoagy Carmichael (Ray Charles)
Happy - Speedometer
I’ll Be Around > How Long (Has This Been Going On) - The Spinners, Ace
Mustang Sally – Wilson Pickett
My Girl – Smokey Robinson
Still Believe In Love > Tuesday Heartbreak – jacksoul, Stevie Wonder (Michael McDonald)
The City – Mark-Almond
The Walk – Mayer Hawthorne
Time Is Tight – Booker T. and the MGs
What's Goin' On / Mercy Mercy Me / Let's Stay Together – Marvin Gaye, Al Green
When Something Is Wrong With My Baby – Sam & Dave


Don't Want You No More > Not My Cross To Bear > Whipping Post - Allman Bros.
Barrelhouse Blues – Bruce Cockburn
Before You Accuse Me – Eric Clapton
Blue Light Boogie – Louis Jordan
Back at the Chicken Shack > Cakewalk > Too Much Stuff > Flip Flop & Fly - Jimmy Smith, Taj Mahal, Delbert McClinton, Downchild
Corrina Corrina – Taj Mahal
Don’t Want No Woman – Trampled Under Foot
Goin To The River > Just A Little Bit – King Biscuit Boy, Rosco Gordon
Mean Ol' Frisco – Jimmy Witherspoon
Monkey Around > Chicago – Delbert McClinton , Eric Clapton
Nobody Knows You (when you're down & out) – Frank Sinatra
Railroad Song - Traditional
She Caught The Katy – Taj Mahal
Sin City Blues – Merle Haggard
Standin' On The Edge Of Love – BB King
That's Life – Frank Sinatra
You Don't Love Me – Allman Bros. 


Badge - Cream
Cinnamon Girl – Neil Young
Cripple Creek- The Band
Don't Know Why / Magnolia / Riders On The Storm- Norah Jones , JJ Cale , The Doors
Harvest Moon – Neil Young
Honky Tonk Woman > Brown Sugar - Rolling Stones
I Can Hear You Calling - Bush
I Can’t Tell You Why - Eagles
I Saw The Light – Todd Rundgren
Make Me Do Anything You Want – Foot in Cold Water
Mercy Mercy > Gimme Some Lovin' – Joe Zawinul , Steve Winwood
Moondance – Van Morrison
Ophelia – The Band
Rikki Don’t Lose That Number – Steely Dan
Samba Pa Ti > Black Magic Woman > Oyo Como Va - Santana
Shape I'm In - The Band
Spain > Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You – Chick Corea , Bob Dylan
Summer Breeze – Seals & Croft
The Weight – The Band
Third Rate Romance – Amazing Rhythm Aces Willin' – Lowell George While My Guitar Gently Weeps > Get Back – George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Beatles
Whiter Shade Of Pale – Procol Harum 


Bells Will Be Ringing – Bon Jovi
Christmas Time is Here > O Tannenbaum – Vince Guaraldi
Driving Home for Christmas – Chris Rea
Linus & Lucy - Vince Guaraldi
The Christmas Song – Mel Torme (Luther Vandross)

Fade Kings Discography:

• 2006 – Our Roots Are Showing (Live Blues)
• 2003 – Live at the Barley Room Pub (compilation CD)
• 2003 – Years to Recover (available at live performances)
• 2002 – Fade Kings – Live at the Red Lion

Fade Kings, Years to Recover


"The Fade Kings are always a welcome addition to the entertainment schedule in the Barley Room Pub at the Waring House. Excellent musicians, who consistently perform well and give the greatest satisfaction to patrons and owners alike. Repertoire and style are always a hit and the band members are a pleasure to work with."
Norah Rogers, The Waring House, Picton


"…the new offering by The Fade Kings is a welcome addition to my growing library of local music.....Years to Recover has a clean, meaty Rhythm and Blues sound that doesn't miss a note from beginning to end..... There's a good mix for everybody, from smooth, clean ballads to percussion-driven R&B and straight blues.... it makes you want to pop it in your car CD player and just drive!"
Steve Campbell, County Magazine


"Together they deliver an eclectic and unusual brand of blues rock with many twists. The tracks move from straight ahead blues to folksy traditional songs, quirky instrumentals, classic rock and R&B pop. With all four members sharing lead vocal duties, this record covers a lot of ground…"
Ken Tizzard, The Link


"This is just one of those bands you want everyone to hear! They are that good! We had very good feedback from all involved, all saying how incredibly tight the band played."
Steve Bartlett, Wingfield Farm Blues & Jazz Festival


"Years To Recover is a solid album, front to back…..period. I put it in my CD player in my truck Saturday night, and it hasn't left…. Great work guys."
Ryan Parliament, Fan

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