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Coyote Kings

Coyote Kings: Rockin’ Blues & Bluesy Rock, Smokin’ Hot!

Coyote Kings are the hottest new Blues, Roots, and Rock band from the Great Pacific Northwest. Having spent the last year recording their first CD “Feelin’ Lucky,” honing their live show, and wowing audiences at regional events, the “Kings” are ready to take the show on the road and set your town on fire!

With over 100 years combined experience recording and performing for regional, national and international audiences, veteran performers Robin Barrett, Curtis “Rocket” Johnson, “Mondo Mike” Cook, and brand new bassist “HD” Dyer make up the core of the band. Each is a respected artist in his own right.

The new CD, “Feelin’ Lucky,” is out now! It features 12 original powerhouse tracks, showcasing the collective talents of the Coyote Kings. CK are fast becoming regarded as a smokin’ hot ticket… the new premier purveyors of “The Northwest Sound.”

What sets Coyote Kings apart? First and foremost, incredible hook oriented songs that still retain the heart and soul of Blues and Roots… the kind you’re still humming when you get home from the show… fueled by not one, but two jaw-dropping guitarists, burning up the stage like a Northwest wildfire… built around a world-class drummer, movin’ and groovin’ everyone near enough to feel it… and finally, a thundering, rock-solid bass, that makes each Coyote Kings song register a 9.4 on the Richter scale. You think the CD is hot, wait till you see them live!

A short list of clubs and events CK members have played includes:
The Chicago Blues Festival, Waterfront Blues Festival, Sunbanks Blues Festival, Ritzville Blues Festival, Hot August Blues Festival, Antone’s, The Dandelion, Cascade Tavern, Larry’s Greenfront, The Fort Spokane Brewery, The Winthrop Palace, Crossroads… the list goes on and on.

“Kings” have gigged and shared the stage with B.B. King, George Thorogood, Albert Collins, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Elvin Bishop, Roy Rogers, W.C. Clark, Jimmie Vaughan, Alan Haynes, Robert Cray, Charlie Musselwhite… again, the list goes on and on.