Danny Kensy Trio
6807 Midlothian Turnpike
Richmond, VA 23225
Danny Kensy is a nationally touring country music artist and songwriter with that edgy – traditional sound that makes him so easy to listen to. Radio keeps on playing him, so he keeps on putting out great music. He has charted multiple #1 songs in the European market but most noticeably are his current singles in the United States. “Neon Glow” was his first U.S. release and it made a nice entry into the Top 100 on the Music Row Breakout Chart. Danny’s second release, “Radio Back” gave him an official charted song making it into the Top 60 on the Music Row Breakout Chart and Top 20 on the TRACtion True Indie Chart.
His last release “Lonely Girl” reached #52 and his current single “That Old Wind” is playing big at radio, looking to break the 50’s and already charting Top 20 on the TRACtion True Indie Chart.
“Raw”, “Extremely Talented” and “Full of Energy” are just some of the words used to describe Danny’s passion, music and stage performance. You don’t only listen to him, you feel him! Who else can go up on a stage and play 4 hours straight most every night? He’s one of the busiest and hardworking guys in country music and the shows he plays prove it. Having performed at major events like the Carolina Country Music Festival and The K95 Country Fest Danny is no stranger to the audience. He has supported over 100 national artists; Brad Paisley, Rascal Flatts, Brothers Osborne, Travis Tritt, Randy Travis, Dan & Shay, The Charlie Daniels Band, Dierks Bentley, Sara Evans, Big & Rich, Marty Stuart, Tracy Byrd, Joe Nichols, Jimmie Allen, High Valley and so many more. Whether it’s a solo, trio or five-piece show with his band Cedar Creek, Danny performs over 200 shows every year!
And this is not all Danny does! His songwriting has been awarded by The Billboard Song Contest, The Great American Songwriting Contest, The International Songwriting Contest, NSAI and he has won a Josie Award for Modern Country Rising Star. Doors are always opening by Danny’s hard work and he continues to walk right through them all.
Must be 21 or older to attend.