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King Khan & the Shrines


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Written on: 09.04.2013 11:57
Coldblooded
Posts: 1229
... are in Gothenburg a few days after Roskilde. Should be an obvious booking, since they're releasing a new album this year.

Really great r'n'r-band with an Indian James Brown as lead singer and a horn section.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QeIZSn_UpvA&feature=youtu.be
Written on: 09.04.2013 12:46
hed
Posts: 173
they played the camping stage in 2001.
show was pretty crappy
Written on: 09.04.2013 14:20
Coldblooded
Posts: 1229
hed wrote:

they played the camping stage in 2001.
show was pretty crappy

Damn, but ok, that's also more than ten years ago. If you check out the live performance I just linked to above, hopefully, they'll have progressed much. They also played the day after in the yellow tent – the one that is now Odeon.

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 09.04.2013 at 14:39.]
Written on: 09.04.2013 21:08
The Rehabilitation of Luis Suarez
Posts: 2506
I like them, and a band can always improve on their live performance. They look serious enough from the video Coldblooded offered
Written on: 10.04.2013 11:50
gixbit
Posts: 274
Where have you read that they are in Gothenburg in july?

Anyhow it would be an splendid addition to the line-up! Killer band!
Written on: 10.04.2013 12:06
Coldblooded
Posts: 1229
gixbit wrote:

Where have you read that they are in Gothenburg in july?

Anyhow it would be an splendid addition to the line-up! Killer band!

Right here. Actually they're touring all across Scandinavia making them an even more plausible booking: http://www.elasticartists.net/artist/king-khan-the-shrines/
Written on: 10.04.2013 14:03
gixbit
Posts: 274
Coldblooded wrote:

gixbit wrote:

Where have you read that they are in Gothenburg in july?

Anyhow it would be an splendid addition to the line-up! Killer band!

Right here. Actually they're touring all across Scandinavia making them an even more plausible booking: http://www.elasticartists.net/artist/king-khan-the-shrines/


Okay, it seems they're playing Trädgårn which is quite big. So I guess it must be with some more bands on the bill. They surely don't draw 1000 people in Gothenburg alone.

Black Lips are in Europe at the end of june. Hopefully Roskilde can book them at the same time. And why not bring Ty Segall too. Then the garagerock line-up would be perfect.


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