Central Track previews Kentucky Knife Fight

Central Track previews Kentucky Knife Fight in advance of their Dallas show at The Double Wide:

Over the past few years, we’ve seen St. Louis hard-edged blues rockers Kentucky Knife Fight so many times (read: at least a couple dozen) that we sometimes forget they’re not locals. In fact, it’s not until they express a little too much enthusiasm for regional delicacies like Lone Star and Whataburger that we’re reminded that they really aren’t from around here. As anyone who’s seen Kentucky Knife Fight perform live can attest to, that’s a sentiment that comes pretty naturally: Not only do the boys roll through town fairly often during their relentless trips across the country, but their dueling guitar licks, frenetically hip bass lines and fist-pumping choruses just have a way of drawing the listener in.

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Tour Dates: Kentucky Knife Fight

7/19/14: St. Louis, MO – Plush
7/26/14: Springfield, IL – Donnie’s Homespun
7/31/14: Hot Springs, AR – Maxine’s
8/1/14: Dallas, TX – Double Wide
8/2/14: Tulsa, OK – Mercury Lounge
8/7/14: Little Rock, AR – White Water Tavern
8/8/14: Fayetteville, AR – George’s Majestic
8/9/14: Fort Worth, TX – Lola’s Saloon
8/14/14: Lexington, KY – Al’s Bar
8/15/14: Cincinnati, OH – MOTR Pub
8/21/14: Kansas City, MO – Riot Room
8/22/14: Wichita, KS – Crown Uptown
8/23/14: Springfield, MO – Outland Ballroom (downstairs)
8/28/14: Evansville, IN – Lamasco’s
8/29/14: Marion, IL – John Brown’s on the Square
8/30/14: Cape Girardeau – Pitter’s Lounge

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Live Buzz – Indiana Daily Student interviews Kentucky Knife Fight

Indiana Daily Student’s Live Buzz caught up with Kentucky Knife Fight before tonight’s show in Bloomington at The Bishop. The article digs deep into the band’s fascination with conflicted people and insular worlds, their method of non-linear storytelling, and their thoughts on Breaking Bad, Raymond Carver, and The Tick Tock Motel. Read the interview here!

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The Pitch previews Kentucky Knife Fight show

The Pitch previews Kentucky Knife Fight’s show in Kansas City at Record Bar:

Kentucky Knife Fight is far less treacherous than the name implies. The St. Louis band blends rowdy barroom blues with rowdier rock and roll. Jason Holler’s singing is just gruff enough to stand out against all the shrieking guitars.

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Kentucky Knife Fight on Northwest Arkansas Tuned In

NWA Tuned In details Kentucky Knife Fight’s show in Fayetteville, AR:

Named as the best rock band in St. Louis by the Riverfront Times for the third straight year, Kentucky Knife Fight had a busy 2013. They toured with Murder by Death and Lucero also recorded music for the upcoming PBS series “America: From The Ground Up.” The quintet visits Smoke & Barrel Tavern for a Saturday night show with locals Don’t Stop Please.

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