Los Angeles, California
The King Brothers’ passion and visceral interpretation of the Blues attracts fans from all walks of life. Rather than relying solely on tried-and-true Blues stylings, which they inherited naturally from Blues legends like their second cousin Freddie King and their “adopted Uncle” Albert King, Sam and Lee King are establishing a new standard.

“It’s danceable, it’s rock-flavored, funk-flavored, and gospel-flavored,” explains Lee. “I don’t know a damn thing about picking cotton; I don’t drink whiskey; I don’t dip snuff; I don’t fit any of those bluesman stereotypes, I do Blues the way I feel it.”
Chris Spector, Midwest Record: Get Up and Shake It

KING BROTHERS/Get Up and Shake It: A pair of real blues brothers that haven’t recorded in 15 years show that time hasn’t dimmed their ability to rock the house all night long. On this record, they mix songs in a one from me/one from the classics song list and it’s delightfully effective. Solid entertainers that… [Read more]

Another Blues is Knocking

The King Brothers Get Up and Shake It (2016)   Having Freddie King in the family never did any harm to a Bluesman. Having said that, I must admit that these King Brothers speak with their own voice. And that’s what’s expected of any true Bluesman. In particular when you consider that these days there… [Read more]

Bman’s Blues Report – Get Up & Shake It

I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, Get Up & Shake It from The King Brothers and it’s quite good. Opening with Muddy Waters’, Rock Me Baby, lead vocalist and guitarist, Lee King leads the way. With a mildly funky blues feel, Al Threats plucks his bass giving the track a… [Read more]

The King Brothers “Get Up And Shake It”

By Peter “Blewzzman” Lauro, © September 2016. King. Has there ever been a surname more synonymous with the blues than that? Of course not! Why just telling you a little bit about the many Kings of the genre would take me well over an hour, but since you already know about most of them, let… [Read more]

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