Miles Kane is an English musician hailing from Merseyside. Musically active from a relatively young age, Kane joined his first band The Little Flames age 18, and they went on to tour alongside the likes of Arctic Monkeys and The Zutons before splitting. Kane then formed The Rascals, releasing one album (‘Rascalize’).
Before pursuing a solo career, he managed to hit #1 with The Last Shadow Puppets, a supergroup featuring Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner and Simian Mobile Disco’s James Ford. He then put out his first solo record ‘The Colour of the Trap’, and peaked at #11 in the UK. His second album ‘Don’t Forget Who You Are’ hit shelves in 2013. Kane returned to action with the Last Shadow Puppets for their second LP, 'Everything You've Come to Expect', in 2016.
Now in 2018, Miles Kane has announced a November and December run of UK solo dates to accompany his new solo LP, 'Coup De Grace', which is due to arrive on August 10. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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Ive seen Miles perform live a few times and yet again he didnt disappoint. He gives 100 percent when he's on stage and that reflects in the crowd's response, every song is greeted and ended to huge cheers. He got the crowd fired up and made the entire venue dance. Full of confidence, swaggering across the stage, Miles played for over 90mins and even covered the Rolling Stones' Sympathy For The Devil, which went down a treat with the audience. I also really love his suits!
Wed 15th Aug 2018
No matter how much Miles Kane might like to think of himself as a solo act, the fact remains that he’s always struggled to emerge from the shadows of his more revered pals. He’s scored two number one albums with The Last Shadow Puppets, but those have to be viewed in the context of Alex Turner’s contributions. Of his own material, how much do you remember aside from a couple of chanty singalongs?