Kings are set to play their blues and folk music in Kingston at the Musiikki Cafe on December 7th:
On their EP record Missouri Lowsider, Kings have created a punk- country-blues letter to their Renfrew County life. It’s rough-around-the-edges and done with a vibe that doesn’t romanticize, but rather, shows it for the raw experience it is.
Recently featured on CBC Radio 2’s Strombo Show and combined with past performances at Toronto’s legendary Horseshoe Tavern and Ontario North dates, Kings are booking shows throughout the vastness of our province.
Performing with a true Ottawa Valley music spirit and built around a deep rural banjo and “At Folsom Prison” strum from a Gretsch parlour guitar, it’s always going to be an evening of crucial songs that feel and sound indelible, restless and bluesy.
You can catch Kings along with Jon Christink at Musiikki Café (73 Brock Street) on December 7, 2018 from 8pm to 11pm.
Watch and listen to “Woodpile” by Kings:
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