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Watch the official video for The Marcus King Band’s ‘Carolina Confessions’ track “Goodbye Carolina.”
The Allman Brothers Band drummer Jaimoe and The Revivalists guitarist Zack Feinberg and pedal steel guitarist Ed Williams will join The Marcus King Band in New Orleans during a Jazz Fest last-night show.
Reignwolf, Garcia Peoples, Los Coast and CHAI were just a few of JamBase contributor David Schultz’s discoveries at SXSW 2019.
Watch The Marcus King Band perform three songs for Jam In The Van, including the brand new track “The Well” at South By Southwest.
The Marcus King Band will offer a free webcast of their Capitol Theatre headlining debut, which will begin tonight at 9:15 p.m ET.
- [UPDATE] The Marcus King Band To Play 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' & Debuts New Song In Virginia
Get ready for The Marcus King Band’s ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’ debut by watching their Friday night show, which included the debut of “No Pain At All.”
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About The Marcus King Band
Marcus King began playing the guitar when he was two years old; growing up surrounded by three generations of guitar players, now at the age of 16, it’s Marcus who will be leading his band to a steady rise. The Marcus King Band brings together Rock, Funk, Blues, and Jazz into a perfect melodic blend. Their influences span from the Allman Brothers Band and The Meters to Miles Davis and B.B. King. The MKB is a quartet of guitar, organ/keyboards, bass, and drums.
- [UPDATED] SweetWater 420 Fest Announces Free nugs.tv Webcast: Widespread Panic, Joe Russo's Almost Dead & More
A free webcast of this weekend’s SweetWater 420 Fest will feature performances from Widespread Panic, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong and more.
Listen to “Krewe,” the first single from Lettuce’s forthcoming ‘Elevate’ album and see where the band will play this fall.
Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters performed with Nick Mason at the Beacon Theatre on Thursday night.
The show went on for Gov’t Mule at the Pabst Theater in Milwaukee on Thursday despite the absence of drummer Matt Abts.
High Sierra Music Festival lineup additions include Dawes, Shook Twins, Midnight North and more.