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  • Sauntering out as the Shrines started playing, King Khan arrived ready to preach last weekend at The Larimer.  Wearing a gold blazer, black shirt and pants, and his trademark animal tooth necklace and pseudo-jerry curl, King Khan wears his intensity, literally.   This rotund, Canadian-Indian phenomenon created an evangelical, fantastical, and even dreamlike scene as he casually drop phrases like “slap your asses together” in the same tone a person might say “double espresso to go.”

    King Khan & the Shrines – October 19, 2013 – Larimer Lounge

    Sauntering out as the Shrines started playing, King Khan arrived ready to preach last weekend at The Larimer. Wearing a gold blazer, black shirt and pants, and his trademark animal tooth necklace and pseudo-jerry curl, King Khan wears his intensity, literally. This rotund, Canadian-Indian phenomenon created an evangelical, fantastical, and even dreamlike scene as he casually drop phrases like “slap your asses together” in the same tone a person might say “double espresso to go.”

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