Hailing from Rochester, NY, garage rock legends The Chesterfield Kings formed in the late 70’s, heavily mining the sounds of 1960s music from The Rolling Stones to acoustic blues and more. Instrumental in sparking the 1980s garage band revival that launched such like-minded bands as The Fuzztones, The Pandoras, The Cynics, and more, The Chesterfield Kings disbanded in 2009 but are back with new music and their first live performances in over 15 years.

Catch The Chesterfield Kings on the The Wicked Cool Records Revue!, presented by Hard Rock and Little Steven’s Underground Garage, which marks the fabled garage rockers first live shows in over 15 years.

The Wicked Cool Records Revue! will showcase iconic rock ‘n’ rollers and some of the world’s most exciting new artists with additional performances from Slim Jim Phantom & The Wildcats, Soraia, and Cocktail Slippers.

The multi-artist package tour will kick off in Austin, TX during a full day of Rock ‘n’ Roll at the historic Continental Club, beginning with “Mojo’s Final Mayhem!” a send-off show to legendary artist and SiriusXM Outlaw Country (Channel 62) DJ the late Mojo Nixon in the afternoon and then followed later in the evening by “The Wicked Cool Records Revue!” showcase. The tour will then make stops across the West Coast through the month, including eagerly awaited shows in Phoenix (March 19), Los Angeles (March 20), Las Vegas (March 21), and San Francisco (March 22.).

SOURCE: Official Bio