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Kings of Leon (music group)

Kings of Leon (music group)
Kings of Leon are a alternative rock band from n Nashville, Tennessee. The band consists of brothers Anthony Caleb Followill (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Ivan Nathan Followill (drums, percussion, backing vocals) Michael Jared Followill (bass, backing vocals), and their cousin Cameron Matthew Followill (lead guitar, backing vocals).
Kings of Leon are a alternative rock band from n Nashville, Tennessee. The band consists of brothers Anthony Caleb Followill (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Ivan Nathan Followill (drums, percussion, backing vocals) Michael Jared Followill (bass, backing vocals), and their cousin Cameron Matthew Followill (lead guitar, backing vocals). « Show less

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  • VIDEO: Backstage with Alex Lambert

     
    Alex Lambert continues to work toward his dream of making it as a singer. The Top 24 castoff, who was invited to join Simon Fuller's Web reality show "If I Can Dream" shortly after his "American Idol" elimination, had his first real gig on Wednesday night...
  • VIDEO: 'Idol' Top 10 reunion (minus one), jam session at 'Dream' house

     
    Our last night with the Idols was a dizzying affair as nine Season 9-ers converged on the “If I Can Dream" house for a post-finale hang high up in the hills (runner-up Crystal Bowersox bowed out because she wasn’t feeling well). They had...
  • Brand X Files: Belinda Carlisle's frank memoir. New Megan Fox tattoo. Al and Tipper Gore split.

     
    Belinda Carlisle releases frank memoir of cocaine addiction: Read an excerpt from "Lips Unsealed" (ABC News) Megan Fox gets a new tattoo: Over her right ribcage are the words: "Those who danced were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the...
  • Delphic's overdue disco at the Echo tonight

     
    On the eve of Manchester disco-rock trio Delphic's debut California show at this year's Coachella in April, the dreaded Eyjafjallajokull eruption thwarted their flight and forced a cancellation. When they finally made it back to our fair shores Thursday...
  • Kings of Leon Monday at the Hollywood Bowl

     
    Out on a North American tour for the summer, the Followill brothers (and cousin) arrive at the Bowl with their heart-on-sleeve, fist-pumping arena-ready rock. Also playing are indie stalwarts Built to Spill and Tennessee natives the Features. Hollywood...
  • Sweethead at the Troubadour on Wednesday night

     
    A potent concoction of Troy Van Leeuwen's making (from Queens of the Stone Age), the sexy, rough and ready rock group Sweethead is fronted by bombshell vocalist Serrina Sims and supported by bassist Eddie Nappi (Mark Lanegan Band, Handsome) and Norm Block...
  • Ludo Lefebvre + She & Him = Win

     
    The timelessly vintage indie-pop of She & Him will join a bill that already includes such A-list chefs as Ludo Lefebvre, Suzanne Goin and Mark Peel, among many others, performing a headlining set Sept. 5 at the Los Angeles Times'......
  • A few casting suggestions in advance of the upcoming Jerry Garcia biopic

     
    Hopefully, it will be more "American Beauty," than "Hell in a Bucket" but according to an article in today's Variety, a biopic on Grateful Dead frontman Jerry Garcia appears to be heading down the golden road to unlimited devotion. After......
  • Kings of Leon succumb to pigeon poop, hope to come back to St. Louis eventually

     
    Pigeons bombarded the Kings of Leon members as soon as they took the stage....
  • Live Nation posts a second quarter loss on sagging ticket sales

     
    Live Nation chief Irving Azoff may have taken to Twitter earlier this week to air his grievances with “jerk” journalists, wax philosophical on what the music industry “needs” (um, Mark Cuban? Really?) and get in the proverbial last word. But......
  • Live review: Brandon Flowers at the Troubadour

     
    Will Brandon Flowers be the last great rock songwriter to make it in pop music? On its face, that’s a silly question — as long as there are disaffected teenagers and cheap guitars, at least a few of them will......