Award-winning blues rock band King King kick-off their UK tour with their biggest London concert to date at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire on Wednesday 13th January with special guests Rhino’s Revenge (feat. Rhino from Status Quo).

 

Other dates include the Birmingham Town Hall on Thursday 18th January, the Bath Forum on Saturday 20th January (also supported by Rhino’s Revenge), the Edinburgh Queen’s Hall on Friday 26th January (supported by Gerry Jablonski and the Electric Band) and the Sheffield Leadmill on Saturday 27th January (supported by Xander and the Peace Pirates)Tickets are available via the 24 Hour Box Office: 0844 478 0898 and can be ordered from www.thegigcartel.com.

King King released their fourth studio album “Exile & Grace” in October 2017 via Manhaton Records, which received rave reviews by fans and the media. The album features the band’s singles (She Don’t) Gimme No Lovin’ and Long Time Running which have been big hits on Planet Rock radio in the UK. “Exile & Grace” delivers a bigger punch, with killer songs performed with true passion by a fist tight line-up. The album was recorded at Superfly Studios and mixed by Chris Sheldon (Foo Fighters, Feeder and Therapy?).

Says King King’s frontman and guitarist, Alan Nimmo, “Exile & Grace definitely has a rockier feel and sound to it. We are following our influences from the Classic Rock genre, Bad Company, Whitesnake and Thunder. We really set out to challenge ourselves with this album. We’ve stepped up the quality of songwriting and pushed ourselves physically in both performance and delivery!”

 

KING KING – “EXILE & GRACE” JANUARY 2018 UK TOUR
BOOK TICKETS: 0844 478 0898, www.thegigcartel.com

London Shepherd’s Bush Empire              Wednesday 17 January
Birmingham, Town Hall                                Thursday 18 January
Bath, Forum                                                       Saturday 20 January
Edinburgh Queen’s Hall                               Friday 26 January
Sheffield, Leadmill                                         Saturday 27 January