GLASGOW, Scotland (CelebrityAccess) — Glasgow-based blues rock group King King has been forced to reschedule the majority of their upcoming November 2016 UK tour dates while lead singer and guitarist Alan Nimmo recovers from vocal issues.
King King’s frontman, Alan Nimmo said in a press statement, “I’ve seen my ENT specialist. He put a camera down my throat to look at what condition my vocal cords were in. Unfortunately, there’s still a good bit of inflammation and redness. I’ve been working with a vocal coach to build strength and stamina to aid my recovery.
“We will be re-scheduling most of the dates on the UK tour to January, February and March, however, we will commit to the remaining four shows on the November UK tour, beginning at Edinburgh’s The Playhouse (25 November), continuing through to the Live Rooms in Chester (26 November), The Grand Venue in Clitheroe (27 November) and wrapping up in London at Islington Assembly Hall (29 November).”
While most of the band's fall dates have been rescheduled, they will be performing as scheduled at the following dates: Edinburgh’s Queen’s Hall (Friday 25 November), Chester’s The Live Rooms (Saturday 26 November), Clitheroe’s The Grand Venue (Sunday 27 November), and London’s Islington Assembly Hall (Tuesday 29 November).
King Kings were on the road behind their recently released live album "King King Live" which hit #1 on Amazon's blues rock chart.Broken Witt Rebels were providing support for the tour. – Staff Writers