- Expect It!
- Before The Fall
Let's Work Together - Digital Single
- Let's Work Together
New Ford Madox Ford Single Arriving Nov 4th
Chip, Dewey, Matt and Scott recently entered the recording studio to record the follow up to their debut 7" vinyl single Expect It. Produced by Chip's brother and longtime collaborator Tony Kinman it's their take on the classic Blues number "Let's Work Together" by Wilbert Harrison. The tune was brought to a large audience by Canned Heat in 1970. Pre-orders begin on October 21st.
Texas Dates Upcoming for Ford Madox Ford
The guys are packing the van and heading to the Lone Star State in early November. The trip includes an in-store performance at Antone's as well as a gig and the legendary Continental Club. Dates are posted here in the player and on our Tour page.
|Oct 14||Oceanside, CA||The Pour House|
|Oct 21||Los Angeles, CA||The Echo|
|Oct 29||Tarzana, CA||Maui Sugar Mill|
|Nov 04||Austin, TX||Continental Club|
|Nov 06||Austin, TX||Antone's Records (In-Store)|
Chip and Tony Kinman have been involved in some of America's most defining moments in music during their long and storied careers. Their seminal band the Dils are regarded as one of the first and foremost West Coast punk rock acts of the late 70's and their subsequent group Rank and File helped define the entire alt-country movement and changed the definition of what we now call "Americana" forever.
2016 finds the brother's re-uniting to bring us more groundbreaking rock and roll with a Blues driven vehicle that Chip calls "Ford Madox Ford." With Chip fronting Ford Madox Ford and Tony contributing production, co-writing and backing vocals for the project the guys have again crafted material that is outstanding, tuneful and unique.
Chip's supercharged Blues band features crack musicianship from Dewey Peak (Lead Guitar) Matt Littell (Bass) and S. Scott Aguero (Drums). Their stated mission is to reintroduce blues to a roots starved populous. “We are planning on doing everything; recording, touring, winning a Grammy...so that’s the plan” states Kinman.