Shure supports Kings Daughters livestream
Wednesday, 14 October 2020
kings-daughtersKings Daughters live from Warehouse V
UK - Shure supports Kings Daughters, an all-female British band, merging rock guitars and powerhouse vocals into epic anthems. Shure supplied the new SLX-D wireless system sporting a Beta58 microphone, alongside PSM300 In-Ear monitors and a selection of Beta-series wired microphones. The kit provided helped to ensure production values on the launch of their first live streamed gig to celebrate their second single, Dancing in the Rain, produced by Brian May, to honour those lost during the UK national lockdown.
The girl band joined the movement - Keep New Bands Alive and Gigging- supporting emerging bands to take the stage and perform gigs, live streamed to the world from new venue, Warehouse V. The aim is to entertain the public at home who are missing out on gigs and to encourage the viewers to donate whatever they can to help new bands on their musical journey.
Kings Daughters, who formed as a band during the UK lockdown, took to the stage on 29 September and performed a live set including two numbers produced by Queen’s Brian May.
Jack Drury, market development – artist and entertainment relations at Shure comments: “We are seeing more and more artists that are just starting out in their careers putting on performances with higher production values, which typically means using more wireless tech to make things look slick on stage. The new SLX-D platform allows us to offer digital UHF wireless modulation at a mid-tier price point, which has significant advantages.”
Vicky O’Neon, drummer and backing vocalist, adds: "This was the first time Kings Daughters were able to perform live together, since the band officially launched during lockdown. Having Shure on board providing us with both microphones and packs made such a huge difference to our whole production both on and off stage. Thanks to Shure and our experienced sound engineers we were able to capture a great sound of our performance.”

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