Kings Go Forth (band)

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Kings Go Forth
Origin Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Genres Soul
Years active 2007–2011
Members Andy Noble
Dan Flynn
Jeremy Kuzniar
Dave Cusma
Jed Groser
Dave Wake
Cecilio Negron, Jr/
Danny Fernandez
Matt Norberg
Black Wolf

Kings Go Forth are a ten-piece American soul band from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Their sound is rooted in 1970s soul, and the group employs production and recording techniques common in that era.

The group was founded by Andy Noble, the founder of the now defunct Milwaukee record store Lotus Land Records, in 2007.[1] The group's songs are written largely by Noble and vocalist Black Wolf.[2] They released several 7" singles before signing to Luaka Bop; their debut full-length, The Outsiders Are Back, was released in 2010.[3][4]

Members[edit]

  • Andy Noble (bass)
  • Dan Flynn (guitar)
  • Jeremy Kuzniar (drums)
  • Dave Cusma (trombone)
  • Jed Groser (trumpet)
  • Dave Wake (keyboards)
  • Cecilio Negron, Jr. (percussion)
  • Danny Fernandez (vocals)
  • Matt Norberg (vocals)
  • Black Wolf (vocals)

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