Little Kevin
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Little Kevin

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Dadeville, Alabama, USA

Dadeville, Alabama, USA

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From rocking blue-collar outlaw songs to tender ballads, and everything in between, this artist has the real goods! Watch for his distinct style to rise to the top like cream always does.

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Q: Where did you grow up?

A: Auburn/Opelika, Alabama.

Q: What made you realize that music was your path?

A: My father was a bit of a musician. I can remember being a boy and listening to him play and sing songs from when he was young, and that feeling I go from hearing him. When I was about 12 years old, I heard a song on the radio that blew me away. I can remember picking up my fathers guitar and committing myself to sitting in my room until I could play that song perfectly. When I finally had it, I called my parents into the room and played it for them. When I was finished, my father told me I had a gift (cliche, I know) and I continued to try and learn songs that held special meaning for me. It was my freshman year of college that I finally stepped on stage, with my good friend Jo, and realized music may be my calling in life.

Q: How would you describe the music that you typically create?

A: Country-blues with a twist of traditional irish and a hint of "old negro spiritual"

Q: Who are your biggest musical influences?

A: Adam Hood, Steve Earl, Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Townes Van Zant, John Hiatt, Darrell Scott, The Band, Scott Miller, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Rolling Stones, Mark Knopfler, Led Zepplin, Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, Leadbelly, Paul Brady, Christy Moore, John Doyle, My Dad (Big Kevin)

Q: What makes your music unique?

A: The blend of styles and influences that all of my writing and song selection is based on.

Q: Has there been one particular moment in your musical career that you're most proud of?

A: The time that Buddy Guy borrowed my microphone. But as it applies to me and my music, I must say that I have had the privilage of playing a number of shows where I left going "yeah, that was a good one". whether it was with my biggest musical influence (Adam Hood) or with my dad in church or with my Grandfather, I can't really think of one that is bigger than the rest.

Q: What's next for you?

A: I am hoping a career in music is next for me. I will be pursuing this full time for the next....well, hopefully it won't be long before I am able to sustain my family on the income produced by doing what I love.