<h5>King Khan & the Shrines on KEXP Setlist:</h5>
<blockquote>0:02 - "Intro"
3:30 - "Bite My Tongue"
6:10 - "Pickin' Up The Trash"
11:42 - "Land Of The Freak"
14:49 - "Fool Like Me"
18:53 - "Thorn In Her Pride"
22:52 - "I Wanna Be A Girl"
25:55 - "So Wild"
29:44 - "69 Faces Of Love"
34:58 - "Stone Soup"
44:55 - "Luckiest Man"</blockquote>
<h5>King Khan & The Shrines on KEXP Credits:</h5>
<blockquote>Host: Larry Mizell Jr.
Audio Engineer: Laeton Ward & Craig Montgomery
Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Scott Holpainen, Jenna Pool, Chris Somerville & Justin Wilmore
Editor: Scott Holpainen</blockquote>
King Khan & The Shrines graced the stage at the Triple Door this past June as part of the KEXP's VIP Club concerts, a series of shows put on for radio station donors. Watch the full performance above.
The show began with a theatrical introduction, all leading up to the grand entrance of King Khan, dressed in a tan suit and a huge feather crown. He is extremely charismatic and has a wild stage presence. He interacts with the crowd and relates every one of his songs to a personal experience or cause. He even tells inspirational anecdotes in the middle of them, as shown when he talks about going on a vision quest and coming back a warrior in the middle of the tune "Stone Soup."
The music more than backs up King Khan's huge personality. It's extremely soulful, with some psychedelic and free jazz influences present throughout. Khan's garage rock background shines through as he howls the vocals to all the songs. His yell turns heartfelt and emotional during "So Wild," a tribute to late punk rocker Jay Reatard. He has the crowd singing, "You got a heart made of trash," during "Stone Soup." King Khan & the Shrines are like nothing you've heard before, and by the end of the show, the audience is left with an unforgettable experience.
For the latest on King Khan & The Shrines, including news, music, and the latest tour dates, head over to their Zumic artist page.
Source: KEXP YouTube Channel