Elliott and the Audio Kings have been nominated for a Maple Blues Award for "Best new Artist".
We are happy to be nominated alongside many of our 'blues buddies'.
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Thanks So Much !

Mike Elliott
Scott Fitzpatrick
Jonny Sauder
Elliott and the Audio Kings

Elliott and the Audio Kings are going to MEMPHIS !

That's right folks ! Elliott and the Audio King will be representing the Grand River Blues Society at the International Blues Challenge in January 2019 in the band category.  Steve Strongman will also be representing the Grand River Blues Society in the solo/duo category.

Wish us luck...and cross your fingers!


Elliott and the Audio Kings BIO:
"The trio, who hail from the Kitchener area of Ontario in Canada, are all about that perfect storm where blues, country, bluegrass, and rockabilly all collided, and rock nā€™ roll was born."
Shane Pinnegar - 100% Rock Magazine - July 2016

Elliott and the Audio Kings have returned with a new album entitled, Long Live the King.  Led by Mike Elliott, formerly of Maple Blues award winning band Daddy Long Legs, with Jonny Sauder on Drums and Scott Fitzpatrick on doghouse bass, Elliott and the Audio Kings' new release features another collection of gutsy original tunes.  Ruff and rowdy, this small but mighty three piece band hammers out songs that are tough as nails.  With the blues as their starting point, Elliott and the Audio Kings swerve all over the roots road, veering, at times, dangerously close to rockabilly and good old fashioned rock and roll.

When recording their second CD, Elliott and the Audio Kings kept to their old school record making philosophy that made their first self titled release sound so vital and boisterous, - flip the switch, count it in and hold fast. The result is 12 tracks of grit, swagger and fun that are sure to shake the floorboards and blow the roof clean off.