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Kings of Leon sign with WME worldwide

The American rockers were formerly represented by CAA domestically

By IQ on 06 Dec 2017

Kings of Leon

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Kings of Leon have signed with William Morris Endeavor (WME) for exclusive worldwide representation.

The US rock superstars, previously with CAA domestically and WME for international touring, will now by represented solely by the latter in all areas, including music, film, television, books and endorsements. They continue to be managed by Vector Management’s Ken Levitan and Andy Mendelsohn.

Kings of Leon’s fourth headlining tour, Walls, wrapped up in Mexico City on 4 November after taking in arenas and festivals across North America and Europe, including the record-breaking BST Hyde Park 2017. Their third world trek, 2014’s Mechanical Bull tour, grossed US$34.9m from 66 shows.


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