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Kevin Denney

Kevin Denney

Kevin Denney


Kevin Denney (born January 27, 1976 in Monticello, Kentucky) is an American country music artist. Signed to Lyric Street Records in 2001, he made his debut on the country music scene with the release of his self-titled album (2001's Kevin Denney), which produced three chart singles, including "That's Just Jessie", a Top 20 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts. He was dropped from Lyric Street's roster in 2003, although he co-wrote a track on Tracy Byrd's 2006 Different Things album. Read more on Last.fm
Kevin Denney (born January 27, 1976 in Monticello, Kentucky) is an American country music artist. Signed to Lyric Street Records in 2001, he made his debut on the country music scene with the release of his self-titled album (2001's Kevin Denney), which produced three chart singles, including "That's Just Jessie", a Top 20 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts. He was dropped from Lyric Street's roster in 2003, although he co-wrote a track on Tracy Byrd's 2006 Different Things album. Denney's interest in music began at an early age. His mother and father, both of whom sang in a gospel music quartet, bought Denney his first guitar when he was three years old.[1] He also became a frequent listener of the Grand Ole Opry radio shows, and played in his cousin's bluegrass music band.[1] At age 17, however, he briefly stopped focusing on his musical interests in order to re-assess his future.

On his eighteenth birthday, his girlfriend took him to a George Strait concert. Seeing Strait in concert helped Denney discover that music was his passion, and he later joined a local band that was looking for a lead singer.[1] Denney later went solo, and was signed to Lyric Street Records in 2001.[2] His eponymous debut album, also released in 2001, produced three singles, including "That's Just Jessie", which was a Top 20 hit.[2] 2003 saw the release of a fourth single, titled "A Year at a Time". The single failed to reach the Top 40, however, and Denney was dropped from Lyric Street's roster. He co-wrote a track on Tracy Byrd's 2006 album Different Things, and Craig Morgan's 2009 single "Bonfire." Read more on Last.fm.

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