KING’S X announces complete list of tour dates with KANSAS

Legendary rockers KING’S X will return to the North American tour circuit this fall as direct support to KANSAS. These dates will mark the band’s first tour since drummer Jerry Gaskill’s remarkable recovery from a major heart attack earlier this year. “Not too long ago I was thinking I might not ever get back on a stage, now I’m ready and with the ok from all my doctors,” says Gaskill. “What better way to get back than to tour with the legendary KANSAS. Let’s rock…”

KING’S X will be touring in support of Live Love In London, the live CD/DVD follow-up to their latest studio release, XVLive Love In London is the most expansive KING’S X live offering to date, a career-encompassing package featuring “It’s Love,” “Over My Head,” “Black Flag,” “Lost In Germany” and more. Recorded live January 22, 2009 at the Electric Ballroom, the 3-disc CD/DVD package (also available as a 2-CD set) showcases the amazing live performances that KING’S X has been delivering to fans around the world for the past 25 years. To order your copy of Live Love In London, click here.

All upcoming tour dates for KANSAS with KING’S X as direct support are below.

KING’S X tour dates feat. KANSAS

9/13/2012–New York, NY–Best Buy Theater

9/14/2012–Bethlehem, PA–Sands Casino

9/15/2012–Atlantic City, NJ–Music Box

9/20/2012–Springfield, IL–Prairie Capitol Conv. Ctr

9/21/2012–St. Charles, IL–The Arcada Theatre

9/22/2012–Minneapolis, MN–The Myth

10/4/2012–Des Moines, IA–Val Air Blrm

10/5/2012–Salina, KS–Stiefel Theater

10/6/2012–Kansas City, MO–The Uptown Theater

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