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The 4th record from this amazing Rockin Blues outfit from Sweden/Denmark. Again, all songs are originally written by bass player Magnus. Delicious artwork by Henrique San. Our highlights are "Buckle Up" and "Jump Like A Chicken" both dancefloor fillers! The Swedish-danish band The Kokomo Kings has gained a reputation of playing an uncompromising brew on a variety of low down rocking roots music, grounded deep in the blues. They have been described as being "more rock'n'roll than rock'n'roll" and having "energy level 11". In 2018 The Ameripolitan Music Awards in Memphis nominated the band for the best rockabilly band-award, and the same year they won the "Band of the Year"-award from the Blues Lounge Radio Show in the U.K.
The 4th record from this amazing Rockin Blues outfit from Sweden/Denmark. Again, all songs are originally written by bass player Magnus. Delicious artwork by Henrique San. Our highlights are "Buckle Up" and "Jump Like A Chicken" both dancefloor fillers! The Swedish-danish band The Kokomo Kings has gained a reputation of playing an uncompromising brew on a variety of low down rocking roots music, grounded deep in the blues. They have been described as being "more rock'n'roll than rock'n'roll" and having "energy level 11". In 2018 The Ameripolitan Music Awards in Memphis nominated the band for the best rockabilly band-award, and the same year they won the "Band of the Year"-award from the Blues Lounge Radio Show in the U.K.
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The 4th record from this amazing Rockin Blues outfit from Sweden/Denmark. Again, all songs are originally written by bass player Magnus. Delicious artwork by Henrique San. Our highlights are "Buckle Up" and "Jump Like A Chicken" both dancefloor fillers! The Swedish-danish band The Kokomo Kings has gained a reputation of playing an uncompromising brew on a variety of low down rocking roots music, grounded deep in the blues. They have been described as being "more rock'n'roll than rock'n'roll" and having "energy level 11". In 2018 The Ameripolitan Music Awards in Memphis nominated the band for the best rockabilly band-award, and the same year they won the "Band of the Year"-award from the Blues Lounge Radio Show in the U.K.
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