Kings Of Leon To Play London’s Hyde Park
The Hyde Park concert will no doubt showcase just why Kings of Leon boast such a formidable reputation for their live performances, regularly heralded as one of the very finest live acts on the circuit. So if you’re a fan of their music but have never seen them performing live, this concert could be the perfect opportunity to see them in London with thousands of like-minded Kings of Leon fans, at one of the capital’s most stunning settings.
The Kings of Leon are undoubtedly one of the rock music’s biggest draws, primarily thanks to the fact that they have an incredible back catalogue of genre-defining tracks and albums. So if you’d like to see Kings of Leon performing the likes of Sex On Fire, Use Somebody, Revelry, The Bucket and Molly’s Chambers belted out live in the middle of Hyde Park, grab some tickets and prepare for a very special summer concert from the Kings of Leon.
All 65,000 tickets on sale for the concert that the band Kings of Leon will have on June 30 in London’s Hyde Park festival were sold in a few seconds, informs nme.com.
American band Kings of Leon is the headline of 30 June.
According to a spokesman for the band, all the 65,000 tickets put on sale online Friday at 9:00 GMT, were sold in a few seconds, informs Mediafax.The names of the other bands that will perform in Hyde Park on June 30 will be announced soon.
Kings of Leon is an American rock band from Nashville, Tennessee, USA. The band consists of three brothers – Caleb Followill (born January 14, 1982, vocalist and rhythm guitar), Nathan Followill (born June 26, 1979, drummer), Jared Followill (born November 20, 1986, bass guitar, synthesizer) – and their primarily cousin Matthew Followill (born September 10, 1984, guitar solo). Their style combines garage rock, hard rock and alternative rock. They released four albums until now. The band’s name comes from the name of the father and grandfather of Nathan, Caleb and Jared – Leon. The band had a much bigger success in Europe (especially in Britain and Ireland) than in their country. 80% of album sales were made in Britain and Australia, where they recorded the highest selling album in 2008).
Originally they have been compared with those from The Strokes, but the Southern version for reinvention of the rock & roll, revival Dixie-style, from the Kings of Leon turned slowly over the years, to a Experimental rock band.
The Quartet from Tennessee began in 2003 with the EP’s “Holy Roller novocaine, whose mixture of boogie frustrated, unfinished, rock whs been really noticed on their first album,” Youth & Young Manhood. ”
Kings of Leon enjoyed immediate popularity in Britain, where, later, received the platinum album sales. As the band explored various styles and recorded also other releases, of which most notable is “Because Of The Times (2007) and” Only By the Night (2008), comparisons with The Strokes have disappeared, Kings of Leon currently having their own style. The song “Use Somebody” was designated “record of the year” at the Grammy Awards gala on January 31.11