Kings Of Leon Biography

Kings Of Leon

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Famous as :

Rock band

Birth Date :

2000

Birth Place :

Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Claim to fame :

Album "Youth & Young Manhood" (2003)

Biography


by AceShowbiz.com

the same time it also channeled critics mainly due to Caleb's voice that was close to 'muttering'. All in all, the band managed to pull it through with the strong blend of music that was sometimes topped with blues vibe. They instantaneously were in sight of budding bands that U2 and The Strokes selected them among others to tour along and open the acts. Immediately after that, the band hit the studio again in Los Angeles for sophomore effort that resulted in 'Aha Shake Heartbreak' (2005). In this record, the band changed their style slightly into garage rock that actually accentuated Caleb's characteristic vocal. If the previous album only received a moderate circulation, this album reached out to U.K. and U.S. more widely.

It took them one year to bake the third album 'Because of the Times', but the LP was not released until April 3, 2007. Upon the name Caleb explained that it came from a saying that if an album does well it's "Because of the Times". The album rhetorically was worth the name. While enjoying the success of the third, they were right away in full speed to gear up the fourth installment. Jared hinted that the album will "rock harder" and there may be sounds like Wham!'s. "We've broaden our musical tastes in the past couple of years and feel we're ready to tackle our southern roots again" said Jared. The album is expected to be released in the second half of 2008.

Biography was written and copyrighted © by AceShowbiz.com.

 
 
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