“The Pink Fairies’ LP “Never Never Land”, off of which “Do It” can be found, was one-third of a cacophonous triumvirate of LP’s that also included “Slade Alive” and “The Who Live At Leeds”.  These 3 records formed the backdrop to my 1972 and rattled the walls of my suburban home.  My mother has never recovered.  Nor have I.  I believe Knock Yourself Out has done my mother proud!  Check it out!  It’s Rock N’ Roll and the message is DO IT!” – Ken Fox

Ken Fox certainly gets it right as he steps out front and center with his magnificent solo debut filed somewhere on a vintage record shelf between yellow pills power pop and crypt records garage rock.

Since 1990, Ken Fox has been laying down his bass chops, writing, recording and touring the world non-stop showing no end for rock n roll salvation in sight with garage rock pioneers The Fleshtones. As well as recording and touring stints early on in his career with alt-country, cow punk legends Jason and the Scorchers, Ken has solidified his footprint in rock and roll history.Now, for the very first time Ken takes the microphone, steps out front and blows our minds with ‘Ken Fox & Knock Yourself Out’.

Featuring their brand new cover of The Pink Fairies psyche-garage classic “Do It” (official video & single out today) plus the lead single”One Less Step” that you will absolutely find yourself singing over and over and over again channeling The Beat, The Shoes, The Knack, a sweet spot for hooks, an infectious chorus and guitar solo, numbing your finger on the repeat button.  Make sure your dancing shoes are laced up as the party continues from there with the rock n’ roll rager, gang vocals, fist raising, 4 on the floor foot stomper “Let’s Go”, vintage fuzzed out garage rage of “Do It”, a hootenanny hoedown chewing on bubblegum with “Love Is In the Grave”, and a 70’s punk inspired, big brass horn section closer from Stranded (In The Heat).

Rock n’ Roll is a habit you just can’t beat. So join them and take one step at a time with Ken Fox & Knock Yourself Out today.

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