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Kim McLean / Bio

Kim McLean is an award winning songwriter who’s had more than two hundred songs recorded by artists like Tim McGraw, Lee Ann Womack, Trisha Yearwood, and a Gospel Song of the Year recorded by The Martins. This Grammy nominated songwriter’s music has been featured on CBS’ J*A*G, NBC’s West Wing, and ABC’s Hope and Faith. As a recording artist, Kim McLean’s CD, Happy Face includes a duet with Dolly Parton called “Angels and Eagles”, and yielded the Americana Song of the Year from the Just Plain Folk Awards out of 800,000 entries. Her compassionate vocals and music have been used to comfort and soothe many bereaved families in memorial tribute films made by MEM (Making Everlasting Memories). Kim McLean is the musical contribution to the book/CD project available worldwide through Thomas Nelson Publishers, “Goodbye My Friend”.
The book/music connection forged an interesting bond of lyrics and literature continued with Kim McLean’s companion CD to Devon O’Day’s My Southern Food cookbook (Thomas Nelson) in a unique compilation called “Sweet Tea: A Southern Soundtrack”. The title track is currently being heard on country and Americana radio and can be seen on YouTube. Kim McLean and Devon O’Day tour with these unique projects in a mini-concert event they’ve coined bookSINGings, blending spoken word and music in bookstores, retail outlets, dinner theatres, and performing arts venues. Kim McLean’s music is available through Amazon, iTunes, CDBaby, and all major online retailers. More information can be found on her website, www.KimMcLean.com .

General Info

Band Members
Kim McLean, Will McLean Johnston, Bill Cinque, Dave Oleson, Devon O'Day, Wanda Vick, Mark Burchfield, Paul Snyder, John D. Willis, Russ Pahl
Artist Name
Kim McLean
Home Page
Americana / AAA / Folk Rock

Contact Info

Kingston Springs, TN
HCT Media - 615-400-5140

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