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HALF KING

HALF KING

Rock / Alternative / Indie Rock Atlanta, GA  US
The Bounty
The Bounty
Iroquois Eye
Iroquois Eye
This Town
This Town
Amnesiac
Amnesiac
Cut Me
Cut Me

Videos

Amnesiac Montage by Half King

Shows

  • 2014

    Sep 26

    Atlanta, GA, US | 7:00pm

    Earl Burrows @ 8pm Ben Grant @ 9pm James + The Wild Spirit @ 10pm Half King @ 11pm

  • 2014

    Jun 7

    Atlanta, GA, US | 4:00pm
  • 2014

    May 10

    Marrietta, GA, US | 10:00am

    Benefit show Step Forward for the Cure TSC - no cover

  • 2014

    Apr 26

    Atlanta, GA, US | 2:30pm
  • 2014

    Mar 22

    Atlanta, GA, US | 7:00pm

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Members

Greg Cook

Guitar

Brad McCumber

Drums

Brad Grafton

Bass

About

Sounds Like: Manchester Orchestra, Pearl Jam, Kings Of Leon, Foo Fighters, The Strokes

Label: Independent

Bio: Half King erupted out of the Atlanta hard rock band Fiction. In 2009-2011, bass player Brad Grafton and guitarist Greg Cook maintained a loose-knit, revolving-door lineup of like-minded Atlanta musicians they called Fiction. After a several versions of Fiction, singer/guitarist Mike Hernandez a...See Full Bio

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Twitter_icon_for_status: Just joined #musicforgood on @ReverbNation - now 1/2 of our song sales are donated to @charitywater http://t.co/OiChAEG0LP

Recent Blogs

New EP
Aug 28, 2013

We are in the process of recording three brand new songs. They will rock your a... [more]

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Q: Hey guys. How are you? Would you be interested in entering Ology's online Battle Of The Bands this month? There's a $500 grand prize. All the details: http://bit.ly/Z8SFud

A: If its free, sure.

Asked by Brett Warner. Answered on Tue Apr 16 2013

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