TKC Live @ Cheetahs Hollywood Fri 9th Aug

TKC Live @ Cheetahs Hollywood Fri 9th Aug

This Friday August 9th The King Cheetah play live at ‘Cheetahs’ on Hollywood Boulevard for the DVD release party of ‘In Heaven There Is No Beer‘. It is night #2 of two nights. Our night features The Waking Hours, Pu$$y Cow, The King Cheetah, and the Letter Openers. We go onstage at 10pm. Admission is $5.(…)

Live From Hollywood – ‘NO NO NO’ Video

Live From Hollywood – ‘NO NO NO’ Video

Five Cameras | Three Musicians | One Take: THE KING CHEETAH – Live From Hollywood ‘NO NO NO’ is the latest offering from the forthcoming DVD, which we are delighted to share with you today. Don’t forget that … there is nothing more beautiful than TRUTH. The King Cheetah – ‘NO NO NO’ from Clearcut Records(…)

Live From Hollywood – ‘ENGLISH ELECTRIC LIGHTNING’ video

Live From Hollywood – ‘ENGLISH ELECTRIC LIGHTNING’ video

Five Cameras | Three Musicians | One Take: THE KING CHEETAH – Live From Hollywood DVD is currently being prepared for US release. Over the coming weeks The King Cheetah shall be making all *eight of the session tracks available to view online – with an advance free download period available only to email subscribers. (* The(…)

Live From Hollywood – ‘Museum Of Tolerance’ video

Live From Hollywood – ‘Museum Of Tolerance’ video

 Five Cameras | Three Musicians | One Take: THE KING CHEETAH – Live From Hollywood DVD is currently being prepared for US release. Over the coming weeks The King Cheetah shall be making all *eight of the session tracks available to view online – with an advance free download period available only to email subscribers.(…)

A Personal Tribute To Alvin Lee | by Robert Paul Mune

A Personal Tribute To Alvin Lee | by Robert Paul Mune

  Just that second I’d finished playing a snatch of tastefully atonal lead guitar, perhaps lemony enough to agreeably sour the track for a moment and I leaned back rather pleased with the sound. I caught Simon‘s eye and he smiled encouragingly; I’d been understood, then I saw a movement as John Swan our bass(…)