Montgomery, Alabama is in for a treat on February 21st, as Kevn Kinney comes to town for a rare solo performance at the Capri Theatre. We recently sat down with Kevn to get the full story on how this band came to life, the journey from building sewage plants to touring the country, and details on what the band has planned for the future.
I had the chance to talk with founder and a 33-year member of Drivin N Cryin, Kevn Kinney. We talked about the band’s new and upcoming album, what’s on his current playlist and what Kevn likes to do when he gets home from traveling.
Tybee Island and Savannah fans, however, are about to be reminded of what makes this legendary band, renowned for their blistering live shows, so enduring. Drivin N Cryin are hitting Tybee Post Theater for two nights with what promises to be exceptional performances from the band.
Keep an eye out for their album release this spring/summer as this isn’t something you are going to want to miss. As Tim stated in the interview, its more about the music now than being rock stars, and my friends, they are on to something beautiful.
Best Reason to Not Sleep In: Songwriters Showcase Led by Kevn Kinney of Drivin’ N Cryin’, the Songwriters Showcase on Saturday afternoon at the Jack of the Wood pub is the ideal segue from the haziness of Friday night into Day Two of the Christmas Jam.
On Wednesday, August 1st, Tim Nielsen, bassist and co-founder of Drivin N Cryin, took a phone call from QRO. In the conversation, Nielsen talked about how the band got together way back when, members changing, re-releasing (and even renaming) old albums, Darius Rucker turning “Straight to Hell” into a hit on today’s country radio, opening for The Who, meeting The Ramones, how they’ve lasted this long, and much more…