King King

Music |
3rd November 2023

Doors 7pm | Tickets £25.50 | Plus Special Guest | Malt Room Standing

Throughout the music industry, King King is a name synonymous not only with great music and outstanding musicianship but perhaps even more importantly with having a good time, every time.

When irrepressible bandleader, Alan Nimmo, walks out on stage wearing his now trademark kilt, fists in the air and a smile as wide and resplendent as Glasgow’s River Clyde itself, there is no doubt in anyone’s mind that they are in for one of the best nights of their life, and that’s before the music has started.

King King has never been a band to simply ride the crest of their self-made wave but instead has continued to work tirelessly to build the wave stronger and better.

Alan Nimmo is incapable of just sitting back when everything is going well and the accolades are flooding in. Absolutely not. He wants to take that level of excellence already achieved and turn it up a notch with every performance and every new release to try and become the best that he and his band can be.

King King has a new line-up and an extra edge with the addition of Alan’s brother, Stevie, on second guitar and vocals, adding a breath of fresh air and a new dimension to the band. Alongside an already stunning line-up of Jonny Dyke (keys), and fellow Scots Andrew Scott (drums) and Zander Greenshields (bass), the mighty King King is sounding arguably the best it ever has.

Alan Nimmo has been in the music business for many years now and one thing never changes; his desire to make honest, real music which comes from deep 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 talent and hard work which got them there in the first place. The same talent and hard work which has allowed them to continue on their ever-widening path to success ever since.

King King’s music cannot be pigeonholed, it is just music. Real music. And real music always has, and always will, stand the test of time and make people happy.

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This event is in association with an external promoter. 


3rd November 2023

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