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The King Blues Gig World Record

Today, The King Blues are attempting to break Status Quo’s world record of most gigs played in 24 hours. In 1991, The Quo raised £2m for charity and took a whole year planning their record breaking gig playing, which included 4 stages, 60 drums, 200 amps, 62 guitars, 105 cymbals, 12 miles of cable, 50 cameras, 2 million watts of power, 250 crew members, 8 helicopters, 5 jets, 20 limos and 16 police escorts.

The King Blues’ attempt to beat this record took only 60 minutes to organise and will include 1 crew member, 2 cameras and an old ambulance. If you want to see this amazing feat take place, check them out here:

London – Wembley Arena 12pm (outside)
Birmingham – NEC 3:15pm (outside)
Sheffield – Arena 6:45pm (outside)
Leeds – Out Of Step (independent record shop) 8:30pm (outside)
Glasgow – SE+CC 2:40am (outside)
London – house show 11:25am (inside)

In other news, Kenisia will take to the road at the following venues:


21st – Yeovil Ski Lodge with Lightyear and Sonic Boom Six
22nd – Bristol The Junction with Fandangle, Strawberry Blondes, The Restraints
30th – Chepstow The Five Alls (Free Entry)