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Kevin Dooley

Kevin Dooley

Americana / Roots / Irish Longmont, CO  US



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  • MykoMan (Artist)
    Great tune's you have here! Enjoying the listen.. Check us out when you can, it would be greatly appreciated ~Mykoman
  • Bernie Landry (Artist)
    Bernie Landry
    "love's been linked to the blues" Very cool intro into some solid bluesy style... All the best Kevin : B-)
  • Ecologyngle (Artist)
    "Ferryman" adore your irish Americana roots, fiddle, voice and style Kevin. Makes me want to dance! Cheers * Patricia
  • Bill Abernathy (Artist)
    Bill Abernathy
    Enjoyed all your tunes. A fresh approach with classic written in. Particularly enjoyed the vocals. Very nice
  • Eddie Ray Franks Jr (Artist)
    Eddie Ray Franks Jr
    Dropping by to show support and I wish you much success with your music. Have a great weekend. Eddie Ray
  • October Road (Artist)
    October Road
    Excellent blend of styles and wonderful sound, Kevin. Every track is fresh and very enjoyable. You have a very quality and clear vocal delivery and your style brings the lyrics to life. Great songwriting. Thank you for becoming a fan of ours… We really appreciate the support. All the best! ~ Jeff and Heather



Label: Independent, The Music Garden Productions, Top Drawer Entertainment

Manager: meownself

Bio: "sucessfully marries the soul of acoustic with the range of rock" ........Tim O'Brien

Release ninth CD in Sept 2015 "treehouse" is doing very well on American and European folk charts . See info updated on website. www.kevindooleymusic.com. Best of 2015 Caithness FM number one...See Full Bio

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“Colorado blues/folk musician Kevin Dooley calls his particular brand of music "American Celtic". You'd guess the Irish heritage isn't very far away at all with a name like that, though Kevin sings with an American accent that sounds thick with tobacco juice - he could be one of those familiar faces (and voices) that pops up in endless 1950s westerns. Moonlight Highway has thirteen songs that are a pretty inspired mix of Kevin Dooley originals (four of them) and a wide selection from some of the finest modern writers. There's a couple from the ever-anonymous folk tradition, too, and in all these choices he has managed to find wonderful songs that are far from being overfamiliar. Obviously the trad material (Ferryman and Old man at the Mill) will be pretty old, but there's a fair age range in the rest of the songs. Tom Waits' Shiver MeTimbers dates from the 70s but The Big Easy was a recent hit for its writer, bluesman Ray Bonneville. There's some really cracking songs in this selection”

— John Davy, Flyinshoes Review UK

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Jul 2, 2012

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Dec 7, 2011

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