Nashville Artist John King Coming to Utica Monday Night
Nashville artist John King coming to Utica Monday Night. Some country flavor will be added to the weekly party in Kopernik Park, July 23. His debut song, "Tonight, Tonight" hit the Top 40 and was featured on CBS' Thursday Night Football.
King also has strong writing creds, as he co-wrote Randy Houser's #1 hit, "We Went" earning him a 2016 ASCAP Songwriter Award. He's continued to grow as an artist, performer, and writer, signing a deal with SONY Nashville and a management agreement with Narvel Blackstock. Yeah, that Narvel Blackstock, manager of Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson.
The John King Band takes the stage at 7:30 p.m. with the Blarney Rebel Band opening the night at 6. Utica Monday Night has more details on the show on their website and you can get weather updates on their Facebook page. Check out The John King Band's latest song, "Never Wanna Be" in the video below. His YouTube playlist proves just how talented he is, don't miss the chance to catch this rising star in a very intimate setting.