Lori King & Junction 63 Concert

Riverview Conference Center (

Lori King and Junction 63 is an award-winning band based out of Southern Iowa and Missouri.  Lori and Joe King are no strangers to the Bluegrass Stage.  Both performed with the long-running group, Bluegrass Addiction.  Their most recent album "Family Tree" was named the 2017 Bluegrass Music Association of Iowa Album of the Year.  

Lori King and Junction 63 debuted their group at the Bluegrass Music Association of Iowa 2nd Annual Des Moines Area Festival in February, 2014.  The band consists of Lori King on upright bass and singing lead and harmony vocals.  On guitar, band partner and husband, Joe King, sings lead and harmony vocals.  Joe and Lori reside in Drakesville, IA.  Kevin Amburgey lives in Ashland, MO.  Originally from Kentucky, he and his family moved to Ashland to pastor at Heartland Baptist Church.  He is a stellar mandolinist, singer, and multi-instrumentalist.  He sings lead and harmony vocals.  Mark Hargrove lives in Ames, IA and joins the group on the banjo and harmony vocals.  Mark is a multi-instrumentalist and brings a new traditional sound to the band.  Kyle Murphy just recently moved to Iowa for college at Iowa State University in Ames.  He will be holding down the fiddle spot in the band.  Kyle had recently attended East Tennessee State University and spent three years touring with Jeff Brown and Still Lonesome.