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article imageReview: John King rocks at Nash FM show in Eisenhower Park, New York Special

By Markos Papadatos     Sep 7, 2014 in Music
East Meadow - On September 6, country singer John King played a free concert at Eisenhower Park in East Meadow, New York, as part of Nash FM 94.7's "Last Summer Bash."
The event was co-hosted by esteemed radio personalities Jesse Addy and Kelly Ford.
King shared the stage with country duo Maddie and Tae, as well as Danielle Bradbery, the winner from the fourth season of The Voice, who was mentored by Blake Shelton.
After his introduction, he showed the New York audience his country-rock side on "Let You Hair Down" and the harmonica prevailed as he sang the bluesy "Huk'r Shoes."
The autobiographical tune "Something in the Water" has the potential to become another hit single, due to its radio-friendly nature.
It was followed by the rocking "High Five" as well as his breakthrough smash hit single "Tonight Tonight," where the Long Island country fans were singing the lyrics back to him.
King closed his set with a cover of country superstar Luke Bryan's "Country Girl (Shake It For Me)," which was dedicated to all of the country ladies in the crowd.
The Verdict
To paraphrase the lyrics of his debut single "Tonight Tonight," King was able to give his fans at Eisenhower Park "one of the best nights of their lives," thanks to his pleasant vocals and warm personality. His aw-shucks demeanor was infectious. His live show garners 4.5 out of 5 stars.
Country fans can catch my interview with John King, by clicking here.
For more information on rising country star John King, check out his official website.
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