Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Kaki King is releasing her new album Junior on April 13th - Music Hall of Williamsburg April 15th - Bowery Ballroom April 16th

"I never made records for other people," she says. "My evolution from record to record has been personal not commercial."

Junior is Kaki King's first album for this new decade, following a previous 10 year-period that has brought nothing but critical acclaim and fan admiration for the Atlanta, Georgia native. It was a decade that saw the release of her 2003 Velour Recordings debut album Everybody Loves You, followed by Legs To Make Us Longer (2004)Until We Felt Red (2006) and Dreaming of Revenge (2008). Named a "Guitar God" by Rolling Stone (making her the first female musician to earn that recognition), King has toured worldwide and made the rounds on the late-night talk shows including The Late Show with David Letterman and Late Night with Conan O'Brien.

King was nominated for a Golden Globe for her score for the 2007 Sean Penn-directed film Into the Wild. She continues to work in film today, and is currently writing scores for various projects. Also in 2007, King performed with Dave Grohl on a song called "Ballad of The Beaconsfield Miners" on the Best Rock Album Grammy-winning Foo Fighters record, Echoes, Silence, Patience and Grace. During a sold-out Foo's show at London's O2 Arena, Grohl invited King on stage to perform the song and introduced by saying: "There are some guitar players that are good. There are some guitar players that are really f'n good. And then there is Kaki King." In 2008, King recorded with The Mountain Goats for the Black Pear Tree EP. The guitarist has also recently collaborated with uber-producer Timbaland to produce a song featuring Miley Cyrus.

Tour Dates


(3/7-4/11 Kaki in UK)

4/15 Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY

*4/16 Bowery Ballroom, New York, NY*

*4/17 The Middle East, Cambridge, MA*

4/19 Iron Horse Music Hall, Northampton, MA

4/20 Port City Music Hall, Portland, ME

4/21 Higher Ground, Burlington, VT

4/28 Theatre of Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA

4/29 9:30 Club, Washington, DC

4/30 Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro, NC

5/1 The Variety Playhouse, Atlanta, GA

5/4 Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland, OH

5/5 The Ark, Ann Arbor, MI

5/6 ParkWest, Chicago, IL

5/7 High Noon Saloon, Madison, WI

5/8 Varsity Theater, Minneapolis, MN

5/9 The Waiting Room, Omaha, NE

5/11 Fox Theatre, Boulder, CO

5/12 Belly Up, Aspen, CO

5/14 Neumos, Seattle, WA

5/15 Wonder Ballroom, Portland, OR

5/16 WOW Hall, Eugene, OR

5/19 Knitting Factory, Reno, NV

5/20 Mystic Theater, Petaluma, CA

5/21 The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA

5/22 The El Rey Theater, Los Angeles, CA

5/24 The Belly Up, San Diego, CA

5/25 The Glass House, Pomona, CA

1 comment:

Matt Stevens said...

I really hope I can catch a UK show - an amazing musician