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  • Writer's pictureCorey Williams

30 Seconds with TK & the Holy Know Nothings

Anytime a band describes themselves as a ‘psychedelic, country-leaning, honky tonk bar band,’ you HAVE to give them a listen TK & the Holy Know-Nothings trekked from the Pacific Northwest to Southside Virginia to give Rooster Walk a chance. Named after their frontman Taylor Kingman & an obscure Socrates reference, the guys in this band have been writing & playing & jamming together for years after originating as a summertime project. Inspired by alternative western culture, rockabilly music and dark country, TK & the Know Nothings have an hypnotic sound that makes it impossible not to stop & give them a listen. When asked how it felt to be playing at Rooster Walk and to perform on the East Coast for the first time, the band was excited, particularly excited to see Andy Frasco & The U.N.

For more updates on releases, tour dates & other projects, follow TK & the Holy Know Nothings on Facebook & Instagram @tkandtheholyknownothings.

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