Friday, September 9, 2011

UPDATED 9/12: We the Kings' Travis Clark to play solo show in Bradenton

UPDATED 9/12: Full story running today in Bradenton Herald:

Travis Clark of We the Kings. Photo by Tara Vetro courtesy of Clark family.

Here's some news that should excite fans of Bradenton's most famous pop-rock band.

Travis Clark of We The Kings will perform 5 p.m. Tuesday (Sept. 13) at The Bridge Church in Bradenton. It's a special community event open to middle and high school students only. Tickets are $10 at the door.

I just got off the phone with Clark and he sounded stoked about the gig.

“I just really like doing a solo, acoustic show,” he said before his band performed in Washington, D.C. “People really dig it when it’s that intimate.”

We the Kings is touring in support of its latest album, “Sunshine State of Mind,” the group’s third on S-Curve Records, now part of Universal Music. We the Kings’ new single, “Say You Like Me,” goes to radio Monday (Sept. 12.)

Visit my Bradenton Herald page Sunday (Sept. 11) Monday (Sept. 12) for complete Clark story. I'll eventually link back to it here as well. In addition, I'll have separate blog post containing some interesting stuff the singer/guitarist told me that didn't make final cut.

Information on Travis Clark show Sept. 13, The Bridge Church at Palma Sola Bay.

Clark shares solo, acoustic performance of the officially unreleased “Party, Fun, Love and Radio,” which we discussed during today's interview:


Anonymous said...

Where is Sunday's article about Travis?

Wade Tatangelo said...

Due to the horrible shooting yesterday in Palmetto:

And all 9/11 coverage, story got bumped to Monday, Tuesday at very latest. Apologies!