Tommy King


Tommy King played keyboard for Grace at the Las Vegas AGT shows.

Tommy King is a songwriter, keyboardist, and touring musician/musical director specializing in Jazz, R&B, Rock and Soul music. He has worked with HAIM, Dove Cameron, Donna Missal, BØRNS, The Killers, James Bay, Andrew Wells, Julian Bunetta, BJ Burton, Ilsey Juber, and has played keys with Ariel Rechtshaid on records by Adele, Vampire Weekend, HAIM, Renee Olstead , The Killers, Hozier, Leslie Odom, Jr., Carly Rae Jepsen, Christina Aguilera, Brandon Flowers, Alex Winston, Kelela & Madonna and more. (

Two or three times a week I would come home from school, get something to eat, and find a way to get to the Watts area of LA," said King, "There I would rehearse with the LA Multi-School Jazz Band… "This gave me the opportunity to meet and learn from many of the world's legendary musicians such as, Horace Silver, Herbie Hancock, Billy Higgins Ernie Andrews and Russ Ferante. Eventually I developed a solid foundation in Jazz and R&B, as well as an understanding of who I was as a player." (

As a solo artist he is inspired by Brian Wilson with hints of Lennon / McCartney, his debut solo album, “The Doheny Days,” is a collection of material that features him in his own light as a singer / songwriter he ahs worked working with a wide array of artists including Carly Rae Jepsen, Christina Aguilera, Brandon Flowers, Alex Winston, Kelela, HAIM, & Madonna.Tommy has served as musical director for television projects such as The XFactor (US) and large scale touring acts (HAIM). (

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