Kevin Sekhani’s Day Ain’t Done out today, 6/23, on Louisiana Red Hot Records

Kevin Sekhani, the former vocalist for the Mercy Brothers and longtime member of the Austin music scene, releases his solo debut today on Louisiana Red Hot Records.

A native of Lafayette, Louisiana, his new record combines the influences of southwest Louisiana and the progressive Americana of Austin.

With backing from musicians who have worked with Son Volt, John Mellencamp, and Patty Griffin, the new album layers instrumentation including violin, mandolin, accordion, and acoustic guitars exuding the feeling of back porch jam on a Louisiana Saturday night.

The album’s track “Oilfield Tan” has found its way into regular rotation on local Louisiana and Texas radio stations, resonating in an area all too familiar with the demanding industry of oilfield work.

As a twenty-year veteran of the Austin music scene playing in bands like the Radio Thieves and Two Minute Sinatra, Kevin Sekhani has played a wide variety of styles of music from blazing rock ‘n’ roll to the “holy ghost honky-tonk” of the Mercy Brothers.

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