|Midwest Kings (MWK)|
|Origin||Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States|
|Genres||Alternative rock, post-grunge, hard rock|
|Associated acts||Burn Halo
Black Cloud Collective
|Members||Andy Skib (lead vocals, guitar)
Neal Tiemann (lead guitar, backing vocals)
David Cook (guitar, backing vocals)
Kyle Peek (drums)
Joey Clement (bass)
|Past members||Josh Center (drums)
Robby Merrick (drums)
Justin Briggs (bass)
Bryan Jewett (bass)
Midwest Kings (aka MWK) is a touring band based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, whose most notable member is David Cook, winner of the seventh season of American Idol. Described as a "regional touring band", the Midwest Kings play throughout the midwest, including gigs in states ranging from their home base of Oklahoma, through Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Wisconsin.
- Song for a King
- Winds of Change: The Acoustics
- Midwest Kings (2003)
- Judging a Bullet (2005)
- Incoherent With Desire to Move On (2006)
- Luna Despierta (2008)
- The Sanctuary Live Sessions (2010)
- Luna Espera (2011)
- Luna Se Hunde (2012)
- "Tulsa Singer Cook Rocks American Idol" story by Sean Murphy for the Associated Press. Describes the effect that the band had on David Cook.
- "Concert Preview: Father knows best". Tulsa World. June 6, 2003. Retrieved 2009-07-24.
- "Concert Preview: Splinters and screws". Tulsa World. Sep 24, 2004. Retrieved 2009-07-24.
- "CD Review: Midwest Kings EP worthy of big label". Tulsa World. Dec 3, 2006. Retrieved 2009-07-24.
- Midwest Kings on MySpace
- Official Website
- Midwest Kings Twitter Page
- Midwest Kings on RockAlmanac.com
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