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Kings Kaleidoscope

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About Kings Kaleidoscope
Genres:
Christian/gospel
Band Members:
Chad Gardner, John Platter, Zack Walkingstick, Lindsay Gardner, Zawadi Morrow, Blake Strickland, Daniel Steele
Hometown:
Seattle, WA

Kings Kaleidoscope has a history of breaking convention. The band first met at church, reimagining hymns and ecclesial melodies. But what started under lofted ceilings so...
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Fan Live Reviews
Noah
Nashville, TN@
Rocketown & Sixth Avenue Skatepark
November 4th 2018
They should come to Nashville again!
Wes
Anaheim, CA@
Chain Reaction
August 17th 2017
They didn’t play everything I wanted, but everything they played I wanted to hear.
Mesa, AZ@
Nile Theater
August 6th 2017
King K was SO AMAZING live! The music was flawless, and they played a pretty long set even though they were just the opening band. I loved every second of it.
Morgan
Orlando, FL@
The Abbey
May 14th 2017
The whole show was stunning. Perfect venue and great VIP experience!
Neal
Dallas, TX@
The Door
April 14th 2017
So much positive energy. God showed up in a mighty way!!! The fans in Dallas were incredible! Citizens & Saints were also mind-blowing! Would have loved to hear KK sing "How Deep The Father's Love" but otherwise it was a perfect show. Guys, please don't make us wait 5 years to see you again. Safe travels and God bless!
Kirsten
Dallas, TX@
The Door
February 17th 2017
Amaaaaazing! KK killed it! Sing Team was so fun, and Citizens and Saints put on a STELLAR show! The Door's sound quality wasn't great (mics not working, click coming through house). But other than that, 10/10 would do again!
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About Kings Kaleidoscope
Genres:
Christian/gospel
Band Members:
Chad Gardner, John Platter, Zack Walkingstick, Lindsay Gardner, Zawadi Morrow, Blake Strickland, Daniel Steele
Hometown:
Seattle, WA

Kings Kaleidoscope has a history of breaking convention. The band first met at church, reimagining hymns and ecclesial melodies. But what started under lofted ceilings so...
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