Official website: www.thekings4music.com
The King’s 4, Phone: 1-970-588-3621, Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Any artist considering promotion in Africa or the U.K. Please be careful. We recently had to fire our Agent Kennis Music because the CEO put himself in breach of contract. This cost us a great deal of money in lost concerts but we cought him soon enough to avoid disaster for our band. God is good and continues to protect us.
The King's 4
The King’s 4
It’s a name that signifies one purpose, the desire of four to do God’s will. The King’s 4 are a band of young siblings, all being between the ages of 12 to 19, who play, write, record, and sing their own music.
It all started in 2006 when this unique group began to experiment with music, each wanting to learn how to play an instrument. By 2007, they had formed a band and began a church ministry, by the end of summer a few friends had convinced The King’s 4 to do some recording, and after a few considerations the band bought an MR-8, laid down a track, and realized that this was their calling. So they wrote their first songs, beginning with inspirations from the bible, and then it grew into an inspiration from God. Less than a year later their first 15 songs became the album “Christening,” and then within the following year the next 12 songs became “Genesis”.
Now, in the year of 2009, each band member has learned several instruments including the 12 string guitar, the 6 string guitar, the bass, the mandolin, the keyboard, the harmonica, and the violin, alternating instruments throughout their various songs while doing local gigs for both church, nursing homes, and talent shows.
Their overall sound is a mix of many styles with unique harmonies as four voices become as one, and all instruments are played in sync with interesting techniques. Some have described this sound as “souring vocals, with harmonies that can only come from the same family,” and a “unique variety with punches of guitar, and accents with the xylophone, harmonica, and mandolin in the different songs.”
The King’s 4 strives to become one with God, to help His many children in need of both aid, and faith. “We don’t care if we become famous or not, we just wish to do as God wants of us, and only He knows how He will use us.”