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KingQueen KINGQUEEN

KingQueen is a LA based pop-rock band. The band was formed by by lead singer Ina aka Sabrina Petrini and consists of Adam Gimenez, Brandon Valerino, Jake Absher and Ella G. Burgos. The band has been seen on multiple platforms such as MTV, VH1, OutAt TV, Revry TV and American Music Awards.
In 2019, KQ released their EP "Get Loud" and music videos for both "Running In Water" and “One Day”. “Running in Water” had it’s premiere and screening at the 2019 QueerX film festival alongside Imagine Dragon’s documentary “Believer”. KingQueen has been nominated for best pop rock band at the LA Music awards, best pop song at HMMA Awards and won "music video of the year" at IndieNation Awards. They've been performing live at the Avalon in Hollywood, CA, Long Beach Pride main stage, Out Web Fest, The Viper Room, OC Fair, DTLA Proud, Pershing Square main stage, Out At The Fair Tour, LA Fashion Week, House Of Blues (opening for Steel Panther), The Whisky a Go Go (opening for Barb Wire Dolls), The Troubadour (opening for Kat Cunning and Jax in support of Fan Girl Cafe) and more.
In the end of 2020 KQ released a music video for their single "Roller Coaster" which earned a nomination for 'Rock song of the year' at the 2021 Hollywood In Media Awards, 'Best Music Video' at the Munich Music Video Awards and won the 'Best Band' award at the International Music Video Underground awards in Paris.
In the beginning of 2021 KingQueen signed a record deal with Curtain Call Records and released their single "Live It Up". The song had it's radio debut on 95.5 KLOS Heidi and Frank Show. The music video came out in June and was nominated for 'Best Music Video Of The Year' at the QueerX Festival, Ojo Movil Fest & Noble International Film Festival And Awards!! ⁣In 2021 KQ also got endorsed by Eargasm and Xvive Audio.
KingQueen recently joined the roster of 'LA Rock Collective'. The first event was held at Hard Rock Cafe in Hollywood and was covered on Spectrum News. KQ is currently on their 'Golden State Tour' promoting their self-titled EP KingQueen which was released in April 2022.