Born Kevin Moore in South Central Los Angeles, Keb Mo is a singer, songwriter, performer and activist — and occasional actor. He began his recording career with former Jefferson Airplane/Starship violinist Papa john Creach and his R&B band, then played the blues in the Whodunit Band. Mo went solo with his self-titled 1994 album. He’s won Grammy Awards for Best Contemporary Blues Album for three of his 12 releases and has also appeared as a guest on albums by Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt, Buddy Guy, Amy Grant and Marcus Miller. He was featured in Martin Scorsese’s PBS mini series “The Blues” and on “A Prairie Home Companion,” and he’s appeared in the films “Can’t You Hear the Wind Howl?” and “Honeydripper” and in the TV series “Touched By An Angel.