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“EXILE & GRACE” – Uk Tour

KING KING WIN THREE UK BLUES AWARDS

“BLUES ALBUM OF THE YEAR” (EXILE & GRACE)

“BLUES BAND OF THE YEAR”

“BLUES SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR” (ALAN NIMMO)

Britain’s No. 1 blues rock band King King won three UK Blues Awards at Worthing Pavilion on Saturday 19th May.  The band received the awards for “Blues Band of the Year”, “Blues Album of the Year” (Exile & Graceand “Blues Songwriter of the Year” (Alan Nimmo).

 

King King are currently on tour in the UK with Canadian One-Man band Steve Hill, who is supporting the band on their four remaining UK Tour dates. Right after finishing their UK tour, King King will headline the Newport Rock and Blues Festival at the Newport Neon on Saturday 2nd June 2018 featuring an incredible line-up including Ben PooleClimax Blues BandThe Brew and The Luke Doherty Band (the latter is the UK Blues Award recipient of the “Regional: Blues Act of the Year”). Tickets are available via www.kingking.co.uk/tour and www.newportbluesfestival.co.uk/tickets.html.

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

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KING KING – APRIL – JUNE 2018 UK TOUR

*With Special Guest “Steve Hill”

TICKETS: www.kingking.co.uk/tour

*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

 

For review tickets and photo passes, please contact:
Michaela Sauter and Peter Noble at Noble PR Consultancy
Tel. 0207 272 7772, 
michaela@noblepr.co.ukpeter@noblepr.co.uk
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