Scottish rockers King King are live at the Engine Shed in Lincoln next week.
Hailed by critics as ‘the hottest draw in British blues-rock’ right now, the Glasgow four-piece are at the venue on Saturday, May 7.
The last two years have seen King King’s star continue to rise and rise.
They dominated the 2014 British Blues Awards, winning five categories, including Best Band and Best Album for Standing in the Shadows, which was also championed by Paul Jones on BBC Radio 2.
As well as success in the studio, the band have continued to enjoy success on the road and now bring their acclaimed live sound to Lincoln.
Support on the night comes from Rebecca Downes and doors open at 6.30pm.
Tickets are £17 on 0844 8888766 or online at www.engineshed.co.uk