Wildstreet announce US dates for ‘Kings of The World Tour’ in June

Wildstreet announce US dates for ‘Kings of The World Tour’ in June

Wildstreet featuring band founder and frontman Eric Jayk have announced some dates for their Kings of World Tour in June throughout the United States of America.

Wildstreet ‘Kings Of World Tour’ June 2021:
Friday 6/4 — Ashley Street Station — Valdosta, GA
Saturday 6/5 — The Juke Joint — Ocean Springs, MS
Sunday 6/6 — Babylon Sports Bar — Metairie, LA
Tuesday 6/8 — Jackrabbits — Jacksonville, FL
Wednesday 6/9 — The Crying Monk — Cocoa, FL
Thursday 6/10 — Brass Mug — Tampa, FL
Friday 6/11 — Shovelhead — Longwood, FL
Saturday 6/12 — Ground Zero — Spartanburg, SC
Sunday 6/13 — Riff House Pub — Chesapeake, VA

Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Wildstreet‘s performance at the M-Pre Party at Sonoma’s Bar & Grill in Columbia, Maryland, USA back on May 3, 2018: “The surprise of the night was definitely Wildstreet. I wasn’t familiar with the group’s songs aside from the ones that I had posted in various Sleaze Roxx articles in the last few years including the new single “Raise Hell.” Wildstreet frontman Eric Jayk definitely looked like a rock star. He had a huge set of died blond and blue hair. He was quite thin but muscled and reminded me of a shorter Michael Monroe. Jayk even addressed the M-Pre Party crowd by stating something to the like, “Bet that you’ve never seen people like us before?” Joining Jayk on stage was a brand new cast from the ones that had appeared on the group’s debut self-titled album.

What set Wildstreet apart from the rest of the groups at the M-Pre Party was the amount of energy that they seemingly put out on stage. You had four very excited young band members that were really into it and then Jayk who commanded attention with his rock star look. It was simply very hard not to get into the group’s set with the great performance that all the band members were putting forth on stage. Both my friend Rich and I agreed that Wildstreet were very impressive. There wasn’t that much interaction between Jayk and the crowd but that really wasn’t necessary with such good songs and great stage presence. I also got the opportunity to meet the friendly Jayk who I had interviewed back in early 2017 and pick up the group’s two albums — the self-tiled full-length album (2009) and the EP Wildstreet II …Faster …Louder (2017). Overall, I thought that Wildstreet delivered the best performance of the evening.”

Wildstreet‘s “Tennessee Cocaine” video: