If you haven’t seen King Khan and the Shrines live that needs to change, and soon. His stage shows are theatrical events created with the spirit of punk. His music is a blend of sounds from garage rock to psychedelic R&B infusing James Brown, Wilson Picket, the Sun Ra Arkestra, and even The Ramones, together into raw, unadulterated soul music. And his live persona is like Roky Erickson backed by the Sun Ra Arkestra.
But they’re more than a psychedelic soul band with a spectacular stage show. They are a cult musical phenomenon with more than 10 years of international touring, multiple studio records and a fanatical fan base. And now King Khan and the Shrines are returning to End of the Road to reclaim their crown with added attitude and swagger.