7.15.23- Kenny Durham
Unique might be the best way to describe Kenny Durham. With his handlebar mustache, tall boots, and cowboy hat, he looks like a cowboy poet or country singer right out of the Old West. Kenny sings a wide variety of songs from rock and roll, to bluegrass, to oldies. He’s always willing to share his compositions and hashed some success as a writer. Back in the ’80’s Kenny and two co-writers wrote a song, “FIREWORKS” for the group ALABAMA, and it made its way on to two albums, “FORTY HOUR WEEK” and “ALABAMA LIVE”.
Kenny was influenced greatly by the immortal JOHN DENVER and overwhelmed by his death, Kenny composed his song, “GOODBYE JOHN”, and performs an annual tribute concert in Denver’s memory.
Due to Kenny’s love of music, he has traveled throughout the United States and Canada to perform. He’s shared the stage with country music greats such as George Jones, The Charlie Daniels Band, T Graham Brown, and Barbara Mandrel just to name a few. These days you can find Kenny singing at the local wineries and restaurants as well as private and corporate events.
Kenny has a very distinctive look and it’s been a popular choice for commercials and music videos. One music video “IF YOU’RE GOING THROUGH HELL” by Rodney Atkins, became a video of the year in 2006. It can still be seen on YouTube. Also, Kenny has played a mythology professor in the movie “BLACKBIRDS AND BLAZERS” starring David Allen Coe.
No cover, tips for the artist appreciated. Reservations welcome and suggested! Call (615) 790-2309 or book online through OpenTable.
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