Type in the names of these "king"s of music. Either their last name is King, they are known as the "King of...(whatever)", or the "King" may be part of a song title or group or even an historical king, about whom a song may have been written.
Some of these will require more than just last names, otherwise many of the answers would be "king"; I think that would be too easy.
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When he worked at a cotton plantation, he went by "Riley", He was later billed as "The Beale Street Blues Boy", and now many call him The King of the Blues.
By her 20s she was hailed as one of "The New Guitar Gods" by Rolling Stone, the only female and the youngest person on that list. Her guitar playing is featured in the movie "August Rush". Who is this "king"?
There are two artists that are refered to as the King of Country most frequently. One was a singer and fiddler strongly associated with The Grand Ole Opry, and the first living inductee of the Country Music Hall of Fame.
In a segregated era, this Chicago-born clarinetist, bandleader and "King of Swing" led one of the first integrated jazz groups
The other strong contender for King of Country Music is a neo-traditionalist who amassed 60 #1 hits on the country charts and sold over 100 million records worldwide. It's not Garth Brooks.
Singer of "America's Sweetheart" and "Ex's and Oh's".
One of the finest jazz pianists of his era, most know him primarily as a singer (Mona Lisa, Nature Boy, Too Young, Sweet Lorraine, etc.)
Nat King Cole
When The Police sang about this king it peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100.
King of Pain
Robert Fripp started this band in 1969 with Greg Lake, Peter Sinfield, Michael Giles, and Ian McDonald. The band made 13 studio albums including one called "Larks' Tongues in Aspic".
The Beatles sang about this king on their Abbey Road album
This band of "kings" named their band in honor of their grandfather. They sang the songs "Sex on Fire" and "Use Somebody", both multi-platinum hits, and earned 4 Grammys.
Kings of Leon
Back in 1978 Steve Martin had a hit song about a king. What was the name of that king?
This New Orleans king was a mentor and teacher of Louis Armstrong.
Though the title could justifiably go to Chuck Berry or Little Richard, most people think of this Tupelo, Miss. native when they hear the phrase "king of rock & roll".
The above singer's 6th album. The titular king was also a song and a movie title.