King King will headline at Manchester Academy 2 next week, with support from Glenn Tilbrook.

The Manchester gig comes after King King refreshed its line up for a post-covid world with the addition of leader Alan Nimmo’s brother Stevie on second guitar and vocals.  The addition of Stevie to the line up which features Johnny Dyke (keys), Andrew Scott (drums and Zander Greenshields (bass) has refreshed the bands sound, something which Alan Nimmo had been seeking to do for some time.

King King have sold out a string of performances on their latest tours, as a testament to how strong support for them is and the inevitability of a strong show.

Alan Nimmo has been in the music business for many years now – more than he can care to remember – but one thing has never changed. His desire to make honest, real music which comes from deep down within the soul.

It may well have been high profile support slots with the likes of John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, Thunder and Europe which opened King King’s music up to a much wider audience. But it was pure talent and hard work which got them there in the first place. The very same talent and hard work which has allowed them to continue on their ever widening path to success ever since.

When do King King headline at Manchester Academy 2?

King King headline at Manchester Academy 2 on 11 March 2023.

Manchester gigs – King King – image courtesy Will Carter