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Laney Strickland / Press

“Opener Laney Strickland set the tone with an end-of-set shout-out to music row: "Fuck Nashville!/Might as well call it cashville."”

“As the night wound down, the Kevn was back on stage for the finishing touches of a great night of music. Kevn, Gibb, Tim Nielsen and Anton Fier jammed great live versions of “A Good Country Mile” and “Gotta Move On”. To end things, Laney Strickland joined the stage and they rocked out one of the best damn versions of “Blues On Top Of Blues” I have ever heard. Kevn’s gruff vocals, backed by Laney’s jamming southern guitar and Gibb’s smooth bluesy sound was incredible. Kevn let Laney and Gibb battle it out for guitar supremacy, then when they were done playing he stepped up and showed he could hold his own. After each showed their talents all three put on a guitar trio spectacular jamming together to finish the song and close out the show.”

“From there the show kicked it up a notch. The Back Yardbirds jammed some serious 60’s blues rock. Laney Strickland once again impressed with some acoustic tunes then helped out Charlie Starr of Blackberry Smoke with some smooth guitar licks”

“While the entire night was great from start to finish, there was a guy who really stuck out, Laney Strickland. I had never heard of him before, Kevn called him up on stage, he played a couple of his tunes which were good, but his guitar playing was incredible. He had a southern/bluesy feel to his shredding, and as many said, he melted faces with his jamming”