King Orange

King Orange

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King Orange gets everyone dancing with a crowd pleasing mix of jams covering the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, the Allman Brothers, and Widespread Panic while infusing originals throughout the show. King Orange leaves everyone feeling like its Saturday night!

Biography

King Orange is a tight knit group of musicians hailing from Peoria, Illinois with a long history of jamming together and delighting audiences with songs for the soul, leaving them smiling and wanting for more.

King Orange played extensively in the 90's, touring throughout the Midwest - but took a break as band members tended to new careers and families.

During 2007, the band members reunited in their pursuit of making great music together and playing live. The new song "One Day" was introduced at their Expo Gardens reunion show and has quickly become a fan favorite.

King Orange is now available for booking around the Midwest, including the greater Chicago area.

Discography

Twist and Bend (1996)

Set List

Typical set runs 90 minutes with 70% covers and 30% originals.

Sample of songs covered:
- Jack Straw
- Hell in a Bucket
- Bertha
- China Cat/Rider
- Samson & Delilah
- Stranger
- Whipping Post
- Elizabeth Reed
- Picking up the Pieces
- One More Saturday Night