Kings of Leon - Nashville's Finest Return
Having celebrated passing over a decade at the very peak of the rock
game, the Followill clan are showing no sign of slowing down, with their 2013 album 'Mechanical Bull' confirming their place
at the top of the tree. Having graduated from small scale venues to become a globally beloved live acts, they now regularly
smash arenas and headline festival slots - and as such their 2014 shows are being anticipated with ardent fan fervour.
of the bands who came to prominence in the era NME dubbed the 'new rock revolution' in 2003 have either faded away
or split up, so this band's achievements as true rock titans are all the more impressive. Witness one of the greatest live
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Kings of Leon Biography - Eleven Years of Rock Brilliance
the run-up to the release of their 2013 debut album 'Youth and Young Manhood, the backgrounds of Caleb Followill (vocals,
guitar), Nathan Followill (drums), Michael Followill (bass) and Jared Followill (guitar) were shrouded in mystery. There were
rumours that their supposed backwater background in Nashville was a PR stunt in faux-authenticity, but it turned out that
the band was the real deal, as highlighted in their 2011 documentary, Talihina Sky. Lumped in with the likes of fellow
countrymen The Strokes in a media-lauded guitar revival scene, the band soon left the competition for dust, with subsequent
albums Aha Shake Heartbreak and Because of the Times elevating them to arena level.
They've not let up
since. 2008's Only by the Night, 2010s Come Around Sundown and 2013s Mechanical Bull have pushed their
sound into more expansive territories as their ever-evolving fan base has swelled to make them one of the most successful
bands on the planet. Join them in world domination: get Kings of Leon tickets on StubHub UK, the world's largest ticketing
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