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       Debut EP & Singles
       Available on iTunes, AmazonMP3, Bandcamp, 
      CD Baby, and many other digital distributors.

       Big Black Train
    Brothers First, Not Last
    Cycle Machine
    Back In The Day
  Rock Road
 The Finish


      All Words & Music by JC Covey
   © & ℗ 2012 JC Covey Music. All Rights Reserved.

From the “The New River City” of Radford, Virginia, JC Covey creates and delivers his unique style of acoustic blues music with undeniable heart, soul, and genuine emotion. His desire to always perform at the highest level, along with multiple genre influences, has developed into a creative brand of music that listeners will appreciate right from the start. JC’s interest in music came early from his Mother, who adored Elvis, and his R&B loving-Father, who would play guitar and sing at the kitchen table throughout his childhood.  In addition, you can easily argue that JC also inherited his talent from his musician-Grandfather, who, with his successful 1940's local Old Time Music band, James Covey & His Virginia Partners, performed with early greats such as Bill & Charlie Monroe and Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys. It wasn't until a high school chorus class though that JC would start to realize his full potential as a musician. This class provided a platform that would put him in front of a public audience for the first time at a school assembly and then several other special events that followed, which included the privilege to compose and perform a tribute song at graduation for a popular teacher who was retiring. 

A big fan of Live Music, JC's own performance experience includes local blues society jams, coffee houses, book stores, car shows, conferences, festivals, and many other public and private events. After becoming a regular performer at all the local Borders Book Stores in Southern Nevada, he later hosted and performed at the popular Saxby's Coffee Open Mic in Henderson, followed by the successful Las Vegas Weekly Cars & Coffee Show. While in Southwest Virginia, JC was honored to perform at Blacksburg's Annual Steppin' Out Festival, Radford's Bike Festival, and the Floyd Country Store, a featured music venue on "The Crooked Road," Virginia's Heritage Music Trail.

Now residing in Southern California as well as being an avid music collector and history buff, JC continues his love for the arts and follows a dream that most everyone has in doing something they're really passionate about and sharing it with others. For more information, please contact JC at (540) 250-8515 or send an email to jccoveymusic@yahoo.com.


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