About King's Steals the Show in Las Vegas

About King's Steals the Show in Las Vegas

by Staff

The Mosaic On The Strip held an epic country and rock concert venue this past Wednesday, October 27th, hosting legends Lonestar, Tyler Rich, and About Kings. Just as impressive was the star-studded crowd in attendance, including Tommy Lee of Motley Crue, Vivica Fox, "CSI Miami" star Sofia Milos, Quiet Riot's Paul Shortino, and others who came to support Mario Barth - the legendary tattoo artist and frontman of the Euro Country Rock group, About Kings

The venue opened with a phenomenal acoustic set by the singer/songwriter Tyler Rich, who had the crowd singing and swaying along to his hits, like "The Difference" and the new release "Better Than You're Used Too."

Next up was About Kings, who rocked The Mosaic as they performed their first live performance of their new album, "Go Big or Go Home", along with its first released single, "Heaven On Down The Highway". About Kings captivated the audience with their blend of country, rock, blues, and a bit of Euro paired with powerful lyrics to create a one-of-a-kind sound – that relates to everyone. While the band's lead guitarist Alen Brentini was stuck back in Europe due to COVID restrictions, Kent Wells, About King's Producer and one of Nashville's top producers and musicians, stepped in on lead guitar/backing vocals and helped About Kings bring the house down.

About King's Steals the Show in Las Vegas

Last but not least, the night was topped off with Country Music Megastar hitmakers Lonestar (CMA & Academy of Country Music multi-Award winners with TEN #1 hits and 20 charted singles). As hoped for, Lonestar delivered all their top hits, including the fan favorites "Amazed", "Come Cryin' To Me" and "No News", "Smile", "What About Now", "Tell Her", "Mr. Mom" and "My Front Porch Looking In". An especially powerful moment of the night was Lonestar's tribute to the military veterans in attendance with their hit song "I'm Already There." 

While Lonestar was the official headliner, Mario Barth's celebrity friends and recognition as the world's greatest tattoo artist shined an added light on About Kings, as many fans went to social media to declare the Country Rockers had stolen the show.

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