NEWS and REVIEWS
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UPDATED: July 20, 2019
Kevin Alexander Herrera and the local Boston scene
Kevin's officially a New Englander now, with Southern California still calling him to the glorious West Coast as he flies back and forth every chance he gets. He stays busy with acoustic and tribute band gigs on both coasts, and travels "locally" to New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey. He still finds time to write original music and has ramped up his promotional efforts with Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and more. His new home studio is definitely a learning curve, but he's up and running and ready to work with other musicians laying down tracks and finding that perfect sound.
He's thrilled to be playing in so many amazing local venues that still appreciate great live music. Nearly every night of the week, there's somewhere to cut loose whether mastering his 12-string acoustic or tearing it up with his favorite Les Paul reissue 59 Gibson. Kevin returns to Cafe Escadrille in Burlington, for several nights in 2019, Check the SHOWS tab for details.
Check back soon for details about some exciting new Boston venues being added to his roster.
West Coast/East Coast
Kevin rejoins The Long Run, Eagles Tribute band, which means a lot more trips out west, He'll be with them in Las Vegas and Washington State. This is so close to his family and friends where he grew up, it will a treat for him to see his home state. While he's always happy to spend time with family, he's gearing up for a full slate back on the East Coast as well. Keep an eye out for his new performance schedule as he preps for more original music in the coming months.
Check the SHOWS page for details and for other slated gigs.
Sad News About Celley's in Lynn, MA
Celley's Pub was one of the first places Kevin played when he arrived on the East Coast, and now, sadly we must report they have permanently closed their doors. We loved the rustic atmosphere and "old pub" feel of the place, but mostly it was the great music from local musicians. We'll miss the great atmosphere, the familiar faces and the stellar music and inspiration. Kevin cut his East Coast teeth at the venue. News of closing venues is always a tragedy, but we'll keep hoping more opportunities open up in the near future. Celley's Facebook page says "That's All Folks!" but the music lingers in everyone's hearts. Thank you for the opportunity to share the stage with some amazing musicians..