King Calaway, one of country’s hottest rising acts, is set to return with new music this summer and has joined the Red Light Management roster.
“As a band, we’ve been very eager to release the new music we’ve been working on this past year and to get back on the road,” the band stated. “We couldn’t be happier to have Red Light behind us in support of a new direction and an exciting new chapter.”
“I’m incredibly excited to welcome KC to the Red Light family,” said Gaines Sturdivant, who will manage the band. “Their musical prowess speaks for itself whether in the studio, onstage, or in the writing room. I can’t wait for everyone to experience the new iteration and sonic evolution they have tirelessly perfected over the last several months. It’s a freshness of the highest caliber which captured my attention immediately.”
Following the success of their debut album Rivers – released via BBR Music Group’s Stoney Creek Records in October 2019 – the group found themselves at an unexpected standstill, along with the rest of the world, when met with the news of the coronavirus pandemic early last year.
Forced to retreat to their homes, the band spent 2020 working to hone their signature songwriting, harmonies and groove and carefully crafting a fresh modern country sound. They have since emerged with brand new music as a 5-piece band comprised of original members Caleb Miller, Chris Deaton, Simon Dumas, Chad Michael Jervis, and Austin Luther that will be released via Stoney Creek Records this summer.
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