Ken Goldstein

  Ken Goldstein is an American singer/songwriter and the co-founder of the blues/rock touring and recording act The LA Hustle. He is also an accomplished and Emmy Award winning television director and composer and in 2018 will be the subject of a documentary entitled The Song of Bethlehem. HIs song Fly has been chosen as the theme song to another upcoming network documentary entitled Soul Sisters. You can hear his track, How You Like Me Now, as the theme song on Discovery Network’s Killing Bigfoot series and in the feature film, Snake & Mongoose.
  A native of Illinois, Ken learned his flat and finger picking styles at the prestigious Old Town School of Folk Music from teachers Pete Seeger and Ella Jenkins; and developed his unique take on Chicago blues, which is widely known as "Dempsey Blues", during his time performing on Maxwell Street in the city's South Side.
  He has opened for legendary artists including Santana and Billy Ray Cyrus, and toured with some of the most popular musicians on the road including Ivan Neville and Leon Mobley; and recorded with legends Leland Sklar, Waddy Wachtel, Lee Thornburg, Marty Rifkin and Belmont Tench.