The members of Bradenton-based globetrotting rock band We The Kings are (left to right) Hunter Thomsen (guitar), Coley O'Toole (auxiliary/background vocals), Travis Clark (guitar/vocals), Danny Duncan (drums) and Charles Trippy (bass). They appear on the cover of their upcoming album "Somewhere Somehow." PHOTO COURTESY OF TRAVIS CLARK
The guys from Bradenton's greatest rock export, We the Kings, are returning for their 6th annual Hometown Christmas Show. The concert will likely find the globetrotting, pop-punk group performing past hits and fan favorites such as "Check Yes Juliet," "Say You Like Me" and the Bradenton ode "This Is Our Town." Attendees can also expect to hear this year's strikingly emotive and melodic hit single "Just Keep Breathing" and more material from WTK's upcoming fourth full-length "Somewhere Somehow." The show will again be at The Hall in Palmetto.
"This will be bass player and Sarasota resident Charles Trippy's first concert back from his brain cancer chemo treatment," says singer and guitarist Travis Clark. "It's also the band's first official concert playing new songs after releasing our brand new album on December 16th on the iTunes store."
We The Kings 6th annual Hometown Christmas Show
8 p.m. Sunday, December 29, The Hall 1330 US 301, Palmett; $10 (general admission), $45 (early entry with We the Kings meet and greet. Buy tickets here or day of show at the door.
We The Kings 6th annual Hometown Christmas Show 8 p.m. Sunday, December 29, The Hall 1330 US 301, Palmett; $10 (general admission), $45 (early entry with We the Kings meet and greet. Buy tickets here or day of show at the door.
Wade Tatangelo has been an entertainment reporter, columnist and reviewer for more than a decade at publications nationwide. He is a Hershey, Pa., native who grew up in Tampa and graduated from the University of South Florida. Wade joined the Herald-Tribune in 2013. He can be reached by email or call (941) 361-4955. Follow @wtatangelo
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