Hailing from the small town of Talihina, Oklahoma, the American rock band Kings of Leon has been entertaining audiences with their unique blend of pop-rock since they first formed in 1999. Since they first formed, the Kings of Leon, have kept their act all in the family, with three brothers and one cousin making up the group. This formula for success is one that has definitely worked for the band and the four time Grammy Award winning performers.
To date the multi-platinum selling band has had numerous number one hits in five countries. They have also sold more than 6.5 million copies around the globe. In addition to their successful record sales, the band has found themselves with numerous television appearances, industry awards, headlining gigs and a massive sold-out show in New York City’s Madison Square Garden. With hits like “Use Somebody,” “Sex on Fire” and “Radioactive” to their name, success on the UK and US charts, and a sound that has been described as everything from Southern to Alternative rock there is no denying the impact this band has had on popular music today.
With success like this to their name, it should comes as no surprise that the Grammy Award winning Kings of Leon have also managed to be one of the most sought after bands to see perform live. Known for their high energy performances and shows that are filled with personal anecdotes, great rock music and audience interactions; these concerts are a must-see for rock fans of all types. With numerous successful tours and festival appearances to their name already; the Kings of Leon have plans to head back out on the road for 2013 to get up close and personal with their fans and to deliver audiences with a taste of some of their upcoming hit songs and let them rock out to some of their favorite songs from past records.
Those who want Kings of Leon tickets will be happy to discover that the bands latest tour will bring them to fans all across the globe and to some of the biggest venues on the planet. However, as the group proved when they sold out Madison Square Garden, even the biggest venues are often unable to hold all the fans that find themselves clamoring to see this group play live.