The Quicksilver Kings


Born through a shared love of beer, old music, cigarettes, beer, camp-fires, beer and cider, The Quicksilver Kings are purveyors of Sixties inspired, hook-laden songs you’ll think you already know, weaved over a backdrop of blues, folk, country and pop.

This Hull 5 piece are fronted by poet, Keith Hagger, whose vocal style is reminiscent of old classics like Buddy Holly and The Everly Brothers, yet has a freshness to it and never fails to blow people away. After his love of tracksuits led to him to appear on Channel 4’s The Secret Millionaire in 2009, the cheeky chav cut his first demos and went on to play the main stage at Freedom Festival in front of several thousand music lovers.