Donald Alan "Don" King (born May 4, 1954, in Fremont, Nebraska) is an American singer, songwriter, guitarist, and trumpeter. In the 1970s and 1980s, he recorded a total of four major label albums, and charted more than fifteen hit singles on the Billboard country music charts.
By the end of 1981, he had launched the Don King Music Group, a recording studio, with his father. In 1985 they built a 24-track studio to record demos. In 1992, they added a video production company. In late 2007, GMV Nashville released two albums on King, and in 2008 they released two more many including un-released tracks.
Since 2007 Don King has been performing with The Road Crew 'America's Route 66 Band.' The Road Crew received the first time ever Bobby Troup Artistic Achievement Award presented by the International Route 66 Association. The band are the official musical ambassadors of The Mother Road.  His Road Crew bandmates are Woody Bomar, Jason Harmon and (songwriting partner) Joe Loesch.