Kevin McCoy Band

Ages 21 and up
Friday, February 11
Show: 10pm
$5

Opening Act: Cornfield Mafia at 5:30pm

Kevin McCoy is the founder, frontman, and lead vocalist for the radio charting, award winning, country-rock group Kevin McCoy Band. Kevin is a singer-songwriter who combines his Rock and R&B influences along with his unmistakable country voice to create a style of music all his own. 

Kevin spends a lot of time writing and recording in Nashville, which has resulted in two songs on the Music Row charts – “Moonlight” and “Blue Collar”. In addition, “Blue Collar” has over 100 thousand streams on all digital platforms. 

After a long 2020, Kevin and the band were ready to get back to live performances. They have been blessed to be the opening act for Eddie Montgomery from Montgomery Gentry, Frank Foster, and Tracy Byrd, and share the stage with Toby Keith. They also played alongside Luke Combs, Sam Hunt, and Ashley McBryde at this year’s Kicker Country Stampede in Kansas. Kevin has also performed his original music at songwriting rounds throughout Nashville, TN, including the legendary Bluebird Cafe.

Kevin is excited to have been nominated for four Josie Awards this year including Male Vocalist of the Year, Entertainer of the Year, Music Video of the Year for “Blue Collar”, and Group of the Year. The Josie Awards is the largest awards show for Independent Artists. 

Grassroots, Country, Americana. Whatever you please, it makes no difference to us. We're boys from Indiana that play music that everyone can relate to. With successes on earlier Independent EP's from 2011 and 2012, we have continued to put out more original music, with success. This latest release generated enough interest to enable us sign with the major independent label, Lamon Records - Nashville. Lamon Records has been around for 50 years, and knows the music business. We look forward to a long and successful partnership with them! The band has performed their brand of country music while opeing for national performers, such as, John Rich, Randy Houser, Easton Corbin, Phil Vassar, Colt Ford, Josh Thompson, Lo Cash Cowboys, Trick Pony, Jeff Bates, John Michael Montgomery, Bush Hawg, and Confederate Railroad.