Stevie Nimmo joining King King, October 2021 tour announced

King King has announced that guitarist Stevie Nimmo has officially joined the band. Nimmo is the brother of King King frontman, Alan Nimmo, and the two previously were part of the Nimmo Brothers band. 

“This is something that I have been thinking about for a long time and I feel now is the right time,” said Alan Nimmo. “I am extremely happy to bring Stevie into the band as I feel that musically we raise to another level and it will be so exciting for not only us but for our fans too who I know already have a lot of love and respect for him!”

The band also announced its tour for October of 2021.

“As it already felt like it was so long since we had the chance to play in front of our UK fans, the tour in April had us so excited with anticipation. So, you can imagine our disappointment when it had to be postponed!!! However, it brings us great joy to know that we’ll be playing some dates in October and that at least for some…. the wait will be over,” said Nimmo.

OCTOBER 2021 TOUR DATES

York Grand Opera House Wednesday 3 February 2021
Manchester Academy Friday 5 February 2021
Sheffield Leadmill Saturday 6 February 2021
Cardiff Y Plas Sunday 7 February 2021
Birmingham Town Hall Tuesday 9 February 2021
London Electric Ballroom Saturday 13 February 2021
Salisbury City Hall Sunday 14 February 2021
Bury St Edmunds The Apex Arts Centre Tuesday 16 February 2021
Newcastle Boiler Shop Wednesday 17 February 2021
Glasgow Old Fruitmarket Thursday 18 February 2021

2 thoughts on “Stevie Nimmo joining King King, October 2021 tour announced

  • April 17, 2020 at 5:15 pm
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    This is great news! The Nimmo Brothers Band was a good act but King King is even better. Eager to hear their new material.

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  • April 20, 2020 at 2:07 pm
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    One of the very few live acts that I can introduce and watch with friends as a pure energetic, honest live music show. The Blue Moose Cafe show is absolutely awesome and having Steve and Allen together with King King will be a positively nuclear experience for the lucky souls to attend. I look forward in hopes of a live recording.
    This is good news in the midst of so much declining spirit. Thanks from West Coast Canada

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