In January of 2006 a five song demo Kenyon had made in Nashville got in the hands of country music legend Mel Tillis. Kenyon soon signed a management deal with Mr. Tillis. For the next 5-6 years, he recorded three albums and toured the nation. Touring with Mel brought him to the top of the world for a country singer–the Grand Ole Opry. Kenyon has since recorded two albums under his independent label Kenyon Lockry Music. His latest release, “Family Man” is a concept album that touches on the phase of life he’s enjoying at present–“with gentlemanly, sunbeam-strobed home-folk bounce, Kenyon shares his world and the cherished ones populating it. An unhurried, loose-limbed family album of universal import” (Larson).
“With gentlemanly, sunbeam-strobed home-folk bounce, Kenyon shares his world and the cherished ones populating it.”
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“Si lo que te gusta son los sonidos mas tradicionales del Country,y adoras a tu familia,tu disco sin duda alguna es Family Man,disponible en grandes plataformas de distribucion on-line,o en la pagina web del artista.”
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