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11/12/13: Live in Melbourne

Americana singer/songwriter Kevin Welch left his Oklahoma home at age 17 to pursue a life in music, settling in Nashville in 1978 after years of traveling. He soon signed on as a staff writer at Sony/Tree, over...more

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ABOUT KIERAN KANE & KEVIN WELCH

These are live recordings from Kieran Kane’s joint appearances with fellow country-folk songwriter (and fellow Dead Reckoning artist) Kevin Welch in Melbourne, Australia, on November 12 and November 13 of 1999. For these shows, the pair played unaccompanied, using just a bass and a guitar. Sometimes harmonizing, sometimes letting one or the other sing solo, they ran through 15 songs, mostly original material composed by Kane and Welch separately, although there are covers of John Hiatt’s "Train to Birmingham" and Hank Williams’ "Ramblin’ Man." There’s an informal, playing-before-friends feel to the performances, on tunes that are mostly good-natured and easygoing, even if songs like Kane’s "Table Top Dancer" get into something a little darker. Low-key country-folk, suited for Sunday morning tea.

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