King’s X is playing a last batch of summer dates between now and the end of August in the northeast US. Dates include Sony Hall at Times Square in the heart of Manhattan, the iconic Stone Pony in Asbury Park, NJ, and home-away-from-home, the Sellersville Theater 1894. Doug’s bass rig will also be exorcising any demons remaining in Amityville along the way.
It was a busy spring for the band, which performed regularly April-June, and after laying low for July the quartet of shows below is at hand. Tickets are available in the links.
Aug. 22 Sony Hall, Times Square, Midtown Manhattan, NYC
Aug. 24 Stone Pony, Asbury Park
Aug. 25 Revolution Bar & Music Hall, Amityville, NY
Aug. 26 Sellersville Theater 1894, Sellersville, Pa.
December dates have been announced so far for Chicago and Milwaukee. Details will no doubt be posted at http://www.kingsxrocks.com/
Watch ‘Black Flag’ from King’s X Nov. 22, 2016, show in Sellersville.
Jon Zazula attended the ‘XV’ tour stop in Sellersville, Pa., sitting in the next to last row. He hadn’t seen the band in at least 5 years and when they broke into ‘Pray’ Zazula was blown away. “It reaffirmed my belief that this was one of the greatest bands that ever lived,” he says. “That song kills me.”
—Excerpt from ‘What You Make It: The Authorized Biography of Doug Pinnick’
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