Please note that this show has been rescheduled from Tuesday 17 October 2017 due to Alan Nimmo on-going vocal recovery. Here is a full statement from him:
"As you know I have had yet another set back concerning the recovery of my vocal cords. Firstly I'd like to once again apologise to you for not being able to carry on at the Wharf in Tavistock on Friday night and also for not being able to perform our shows at Buckley and Steel house festival.
Unfortunately, it is now clear, that in order for my voice to fully recover I need to undertake an extended break from performance. As from today I plan to take a minimum of a 3 month break to undergo a period of rest & vocal rehabilitation. This has been one of the most difficult decisions I have ever had to take and fully realise King King will letting down an awful lot of people in the next few months, I can only apologise most sincerely. It would be unfair to our wonderful fans, for me to carry on as I am and risk ruining any further King King gigs. I'm working to get fighting fit, both vocally and physically to perform at the top of my game when we return to the stage at the end of year."
King King is a multi-award winning rock/blues band with an astounding back catalogue. Described as no ordinary band, they are a wonderfully talented bunch with a reputation for a chemistry that lies, not only between band members, but also between band and audience. They work the audience like stadium pros, yet there is also an intimacy and genuineness to their performance that makes the whole crowd feel part of the show.
Having scored three radio hit singles on Planet Rock with the songs; Crazy, Hurricane, and most recently, Rush Hour, King King received a nomination for Best New Band at the 2015 Classic Rock Awards. King King followed up with an UK arena tour supporting Thunder.
King King are the living, breathing, here and now of classic rock music
What makes them way above average is the powerhouse rhythm section of Wayne Proctor on drums and Lindsay Coulson on bass, coupled with the dazzling fingers of Bob Fridzema on keyboards. This band underscores Alan Nimmo, a virtuoso frontman possessed of an almost impolite level of charisma and the talent to back it up. Nimmo’s full-blooded style, technical brilliance and impassioned vocals are infectious and instantly recognizable. There’s no smoke and mirrors behind this group’s rise: just killer songs, performed with true passion, by a fist-tight line-up.
In footballing terms, King King are the musical equivalent of Real Madrid or Barcelona - supremely talented individuals who come together to produce a compelling performanceLancashire Telegraph