Following their sold out show at the newly renovated Los Angeles Forum, Nashville based Kings of Leon performed an intimate afternoon show at the Red Bull Sound Space on March 24, 2014. Located in a studio adjacent to the KROQ offices - and with a capacity of less than 200 - Kings of Leon singer Caleb Followill picked up on the uniqueness of the experience by noting its the smallest venue they had played in many years.
Without losing momentum from their well received marathon show a few nights before (and despite singer Followill's voice self-admittedly being ragged), the band performed a raging 13 song set that included “The Bucket," “Molly’s Chambers,” “On Call,” and their signature hits “Sex on Fire,” and “Use Somebody.” Kings of Leon are next set to co-headline the recently announced Lollapalooza festival on August 1-3 in Chicago, IL.
While clips from the Kings of Leon performance are not yet being streamed, many key moments from past Sound Space performances - including from The Black Keys, Coldplay, Blink 182, American Authors, and dozens of others - are available for streaming on-demand right here at the Red Bull Sound Space website. Exclusive photos from the Kings of Leon performance can be viewed in this accompanying gallery. All concert photography by Scott Dudelson.