Legendary entertainer Doc King has made a great impact in music. He will be hosting his Album Drop Party on Wednesday April 24th, 2019 at Live Oak located on Music Row, Nashville TN.
Doc King is probably one of the most talented artists in the music industry. The depth and expanse of his abilities are boundless. He makes music from a variety of spaces, fusing sounds across genres to make the best melodies. His delivery is a wonder to fans, and within the industry, no one has the ability to replicate his style, flow and delivery. Simply put, he is a unicorn; a rare talent that shows up once in every generation.
With an outstanding talent, Doc’s credibility is based on his ability to be genuine. Throughout the course of his musical career, he has won over the hearts of music lovers from all walks of life; performing at a variety of venues, making loads of public appearances, all the while recording new music. He has built a great following by paving his own path with his distinct artistry and distinguished approach.
Doc King’s album drop party promises to be a classic one. Be sure not to miss it!
About Doc King
Doc King is a true entertainer. Starting from a very young age, he wanted to play and have everyone sing along. His one true obsession is music. If his name is unfamiliar to you, that’s because it was only after sharing the stage with some of the all time greats, like Bryan Adams, Edgar Winter, Slash, Molly Hatchet (rev.), Marshal Tucker, and many more magical performers that drove him to continue his pursuit of perfecting his Front man performance.
Music lovers can count on Doc King to continue giving his entire soul, whether it’s for 1 person or 50,000. Doc truly believes it’s been a team of people who believe in him and have encouraged his success by pushing him. He stated “this has been a blessing that any musician dreams of”. He credits all, Tom Thompson, Doug Shultz, Michael Mitchell, and John Cheek, stating they all put their efforts in and never once asked him for anything except that he would persevere. Serving his country as a US Marine has helped Doc understand how to adapt and persevere in an unforgiving industry.