January 01, 1970
Kevin Ray Brost is not just your average college senior. He has a mission to share his unique style of Roots Americana music with everyone in the world before graduation. We would say he is off to a pretty fabulous start with his debut single ‘Stay’ already reaching #12 on an I-Tunes chart. The single is a reflection of a father grieving a broken relationship with his son and his resolve to “stay” in his life. The accompanying video for ‘Stay’ is slated for an August 23rd release and can be viewed at .
Brost seems to have knack for picking his team wisely. The new music was produced by Nashville producer Matt Leigh at the world famous Tracking Room and co-written with Kevin’s manager Mike Musick. The music video produced by Preston Leatherman is sure to gain instant fans for this up and coming roots sensation. ‘Stay’ can be purchased at I-Tunes, Amazon MP3, Google Play, Spotify and Apple Music.
The fans are already making a lot of noise on social media about how much they love the new music.
“Definitely worth the wait! Looking forward to the next song or album!”
“Awesome story, fantastic vocals. Love it when I find a song with some sense of truth these days. Well done!”
“I keep finding myself playing Stay on repeat. It’s an incredible song by a great artist. This is only the beginning of great music from Kevin.”
Growing up in Cape Girardeau, Missouri on the Mississippi River, Brost was exposed to a melting pot of musical influences. Since the age of thirteen, he has incorporated vocals and guitar to create his original sound. Now he’s bringing his soulful, bluesy sound to the world, building on the tradition of legendary music by crossing classic vibes with a modern, innovative edge.
Recently released by Stephen Foster to radio stations across the world, this Murray State senior is well on his way to achieving his musical goals. Learn more about Brost at and on Twitter and Instagram
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