British blues rock band King King kick off their Spring 2018 UK Tour – including shows at the HRH Festival in Sheffield and the Rock & Blues Festival in Newport – at the Worcester Huntingdon Hall on Saturday 14th April.
Xander and the Peace Pirates, Steve Hill and Austin Gold support the Glasgow rockers on selected dates throughout April, May and June as listed below.
King King released their fourth studio album ‘Exile & Grace‘ in October 2017 via Manhaton Records. The album features the band’s singles Broken, (She Don’t) Gimme No Lovin’ and Long Time Running which have been big hits on Planet Rock Radio in the UK.
The album was recorded at Superfly Studios and mixed by Chris Sheldon (Foo Fighters, Feeder and Therapy?).
‘Exile & Grace‘ is King King’s first album of new material since 2015’s multi-award winning ‘Reaching For The Light‘. The new album follows King King’s across-the-board win of five awards at 2016’s British Blues Awards including Best Male Vocal (Alan Nimmo), Best Bass Player (Lindsay Coulson), Best Song (Rush Hour), Best Album (Reaching for the Light) and Best Songwriter.
King King – April – June 2018 UK Tour
^With Special Guests Xander and the Peace Pirates | *With Special Guest Steve Hill | +With Special Guest Austin Gold
Book Tickets: www.kingking.co.uk/tour
^Worcester, Huntingdon Hall Saturday 14 April
Sheffield, HRH Festival Sunday 15 April
^Aberdeen, The Lemon Tree Friday 20 April
Darvel, Darvel Festival Saturday 21 April
*Hastings, St. Mary in The Castle Thursday 3 May
*Pontypridd, Muni Arts Centre Friday 4 May
*Southampton, The 1865 Saturday 5 May
*Liverpool, Epstein Theatre Thursday 10 May
+Whitley Bay, The Playhouse Friday 11 May
+Clitheroe, The Grand Saturday 12 May
*Chester, The Live Rooms Thursday 17 May
*Leeds, Brudenell Social Club Friday 18 May
*Holmfirth, The Picturedome Saturday 19 May
*Frome, Cheese & Grain Saturday 26 May
*Exeter, The Phoenix Arts Centre Sunday 27 May
*Bilston,The Robin 2 Thursday 31 May
*Bury St. Edmunds, The Apex Friday 1 June
Newport, Rock & Blues Festival Saturday 2 June