Kevin Montgomery returns to the UK for a spring promotional tour of his new album, ‘Some Comfort’.
The tour heads to the North-east of Scotland at 7.30pm on Friday, May 13, where Kevin will play a unique acoustic set at Tullynessle Village Hall, near Alford.
Kevin grew up on Nashville’s Music Row as a child of parents whose careers crossed over from country music to the early, seminal days of American rock n’ roll. While the contemporary feel of Kevin’s music is strongly-influenced by the California country-rock of artists like Gram Parsons, The Eagles and Roger McGuinn, his songwriting recalls the Americana-flavored storytelling of Bruce Springsteen and Jackson Browne. His father, Bob, was an early songwriting and collaborative partner of Buddy Holly and his mother, Carol, was a Nashville session vocalist, singing back-up on Elvis’s ‘Suspicious Minds’ and Robert Knight’s ‘Everlasting Love’. For more information, visit www.kevinmontgomery.com.
Tickets cost £14 in advance from Nicols and Keystore in Alford, or Liam on 07801 214683, or £15 on the door.