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All the King's Men has quickly built a strong following, performing regularly in the Greater Vancouver area and musically speaking, they’re an impressive group with an interesting history:

- Brian King (lead singer and guitarist) is a renowned singer from Winnipeg who has performed with Billboard Heroes, The Freeze as well as C.A.R.A.S award winning band Fabulon. He has opened for INXS, Steppenwolf, Trooper, Chilliwack, and Sarah McLachlan. 

- John Donnelly (bass and vocals) is a music industry veteran and original member of Columbia recording artists Queen City Kids, achieving two gold albums in the early 80's and a WCMA Hall of Fame induction in 2007. John currently produces large-scale concerts and festivals including the recent Mumford & Sons concert, Surrey Canada Day, Fusion Festival, North Vancouver Concerts in the Square and many others.

- Chris Pettypiece (guitar and vocals) is an enthralling guitarist and strong vocalist. He is a senior leader at TELUS who gives back to the community through service as President on the Boards of both Delta Hospice Society and the North Shore’s Lions Gate Sinfonia Orchestra. Chris is also a talented craftsman who creates beautiful, handcrafted custom guitars in his spare time.

All The Kings Men perform as a trio or they can add the amazing Chiko Misomali on percussion to make their group a 4-piece unit.


With excellent musicianship, great vocals and a strong on-stage charisma, they immediately win over any audience. Performing an incredibly diverse range of songs, the set list includes The Beatles, John Mayer, Jason Mraz, Bruce Springsteen, David Bowie, The Who, U2, Proclaimers, Peter Gabriel and many more. Literally every song flows into the next and the sets are very well received.

The three group members are all established businessmen, performing only because they love to play. Numerous recent shows have been rewarded with standing ovations and encores from a packed house.

Don’t miss your chance to enjoy All the King’s Men!

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