King Khan

King Khan, the spiritual guru and front man of King Khan and the Shrines is a veteran of the music scene. He is best known as the frontman of King Khan and the Shrines and for being one half of The King Khan & BBQ Show. King Khan was also a member of a number of Canadian garage bands including the Spaceshits, a frantic garage punk outfit formed in mid-1995. As his circle of fellow trouble-maker musicians grew, in 1999 he helped create a "death cult" of such musicians, originally known as the "Kukamongas" with identifying tattoos and with plans including "Jonestown, without the killing and Kool-Aid". He used the Blacksnake moniker while in the Spaceshits whose two full-length albums were released on Sympathy for the Record Industry. He has spent a considerable amount of time in collaboration with former Spaceshits bandmate Mark Sultan in the two-man band, The King Khan & BBQ Show. Since 1999 King Khan has performed as part of King Khan and the Shrines, a psychedelic soul nine member band. They signed to Vice Records in 2008. In early 2009 King Khan collaborated with Mark Sultan and the four members of the Black Lips to form a gospel supergroup called Almighty Defenders. Their debut album was released on Vice Records in September 2009. Since over 15 years he has also been part of the punk rock Louder Than Death collective.

About King Khan

King Khan, the spiritual guru and front man of King Khan and the Shrines is a veteran of the music scene. He is best known as the frontman of King Khan and the Shrines and for being one half of The King Khan & BBQ Show. King Khan was also a member of a number of Canadian garage bands including the Spaceshits, a frantic garage punk outfit formed in mid-1995. As his circle of fellow trouble-maker musicians grew, in 1999 he helped create a "death cult" of such musicians, originally known as the "Kukamongas" with identifying tattoos and with plans including "Jonestown, without the killing and Kool-Aid". He used the Blacksnake moniker while in the Spaceshits whose two full-length albums were released on Sympathy for the Record Industry. He has spent a considerable amount of time in collaboration with former Spaceshits bandmate Mark Sultan in the two-man band, The King Khan & BBQ Show. Since 1999 King Khan has performed as part of King Khan and the Shrines, a psychedelic soul nine member band. They signed to Vice Records in 2008. In early 2009 King Khan collaborated with Mark Sultan and the four members of the Black Lips to form a gospel supergroup called Almighty Defenders. Their debut album was released on Vice Records in September 2009. Since over 15 years he has also been part of the punk rock Louder Than Death collective.

Genres: R'n'B, Rock

Upcoming concerts

We don't know about any upcoming events.

Gallery

Similar artists

© 2024 GoOut, s.r.o., Czechia