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KL & The Kings hit at 9:30pm.
The Kings rock 9-10:30 followed by Bobby Midnight and the Big Ordeals.
The Kings hit at 9.00pm (30 minute set) followed by Dann Morr
Kevin Lee & the Kings hit the stage at 10pm.
Sounds Like: Cheap Trick, Lifehouse, Rick Springfield
Label: SIGUS RECORDS
Bio: Kevin Lee knew music would be his life when at age 14 he played at a junior high school party with his band. And he's been making powerful guitar rock with creative melodies since that day.
Fans of modern guitar pop/rock may recognize Lee from his days as Kevin Lee and the Lonesome City Kings. S...See Full Bio
“Kevin Lee & The Kings lean on the rockier side of Power Pop with some chunky guitars, big hooks and driving beats pushing the songs forward nicely and are great to rock out to. The songs on the album are extremely well written and produced to a very high standard and sometimes move at a pace that may make you think the songs are about something other than heart break, however, listening to the lyrics, these are very much songs of loss, love and despair. They say an artist has to suffer for their art, and to produce an album like "Breakout," with its lyrical content, you can only imagine, but as far as producing a top quality album with some really touching, meaningful lyrics, Kevin Lee has certainly achieved that and we have gained an album of songs written with real passion and sincerity, not to mention energy. On "Breakout" Kevin Lee and The Kings create classic, strong guitar rock/power pop with a modern edge.”