About Rikki Kincer
Rikki Kincer is an Indie/Rock artist from Southern California. He writes, records and produces all of his music in his home studio in Riverside, CA. He has been in the So Cal music scene for 15 + years as the guitarist of a punk rock band called New Skool Kings. They toured across the US with bands like Guttermouth, Agent Orange, Duane Peters Gunfight, and Adolescents for many years. Filmed a music video in Costa Rica and played down there 3 different times. The band had some minor success with their song “Authority”, which got a spot as the Anaheim Ducks “penalty box anthem”, as well as their song “Surf Song” making it on a video game called “WET”. After many years of being stagnate the band got together for one last show on November 10th, 2018 at Slidebar in Downtown Fullerton opening for Pulley. Kicked it off with a bang and everyone went their separate ways soon after. Rikki’s love for music wasn’t going to stop there, though. He quickly put together his first single called “Carry On My Way” and released it as a solo artist on New Years Day 2019 along with a DIY music video. It’s an upbeat Pop Punk vibe with a genuine voice of passion towards the constant turmoil life throws at us. He is set to release his next single “A Life You Don’t Live” on February 5th 2019, (which is more of a straight rock number) and will be releasing a full length sometime this summer! Be on the look out for Rikki Kincer! You will be hearing a lot more from him in the future.