KO KO MO at the Olympia

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The power duo KO KO MO announces that they are returning to the Olympia, this time as headliner, on December 7, 2024. Enough to enjoy their album Need Some Mo’.

After a real triumph at La Cigale this Saturday, November 4, KO KO MO announces a new Parisian date, scheduled at the Olympia on December 7. Places will be available from November 7 via the organizer’s website.

KO KO MO had already distinguished itself in the prestigious Salle de la Capitale in January, in the company of Royal Republic. The two groups had also performed together a supercharged version of “Are You Gonna Go My Way”, a standard by Lenny Kravitz.

In the meantime, here are the next concert dates of the Nantes power duo across France:

  • November 9: Big Band Café (Hérouville Saint-Clair)
  • November 14: Rockstore (Montpellier)
  • November 16: Connexion Live (Toulouse)
  • November 17: Palmer’s Rock (Cenon)
  • November 23: L’Étage (Rennes)
  • November 24: La Carrière (Brest)
  • November 25: Le Stéréolux (Nantes)

This tour allows KO KO MO to continue to present on stage the titles of Need Some Mo’their latest album, released in spring 2022. “The objective was to assert our duo more, by refocusing on the drums and the guitar” they explain during an interview with the editorial staff. “At the end of the day, it’s a record composed by Warren (guitar/vocals), featuring “us”… That’s the advantage of being two: the formula not only allows for flexibility, it allows us to work on our complementarities… Which did not prevent, because we thought a lot about its live adaptation, from sometimes integrating a pop dimension that we do not denigrate. »


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