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Leslie Satcher & Kevin Mac
April 19th 

About Leslie Satcher

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Leslie Satcher is a highly regarded American country singer, songwriter, and musician known for her exceptional songwriting skills and heartfelt performances. Born on March 27, 1962, in Paris, Texas, Satcher has made significant contributions to the country music scene.

Satcher's journey in the music industry began in the late 1980s, and her talent as a songwriter quickly gained recognition. Over the years, she has penned numerous songs for prominent country artists, showcasing her ability to craft poignant lyrics and memorable melodies. Her compositions often delve into the complexities of human emotions, relationships, and life experiences, resonating with a broad audience.

In addition to her success as a songwriter, Leslie Satcher has also established herself as a captivating performer. Her soulful voice and genuine connection with the material she sings make her a standout artist in the country music genre. Satcher's performances are characterized by authenticity and a deep appreciation for the storytelling tradition of country music.

Throughout her career, Leslie Satcher has collaborated with various country music stars, contributing her songwriting prowess to hit songs across the genre. Her work has earned her respect not only from fellow musicians but also from fans who appreciate the depth and sincerity in her music.

Leslie Satcher continues to be an influential figure in country music, leaving an indelible mark with her contributions as a songwriter and performer.

Hit Songs

Leslie Satcher

Leslie Satcher

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Leslie Satcher performs her hit "Troubadour" recorded by George Strait

Leslie Satcher performs her hit "Troubadour" recorded by George Strait

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Tim McGraw - I Like It I Love It (Official Music Video)

Tim McGraw - I Like It I Love It (Official Music Video)

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Leslie Satcher feat. Alison Krauss & Emmylou Harris – Letters from Old Mexico (Audio)

Leslie Satcher feat. Alison Krauss & Emmylou Harris – Letters from Old Mexico (Audio)

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About Kevin Mac

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Writing great songs and bringing them to the masses is Kevin Mac’s calling. Whether he’s playing solo, jamming in front of his band, or teaming up with other songwriters as part of Southern Rounds and Songwriters in Paradise, Kevin MaC longs for the rush of adrenaline that comes from hitting the road to play his songs and connect with fans across the nation.

After being crowned Virginia Beach’s Next Big Star in 2008, when he participated in a contest held by Kenny Chesney to find his next great opening act, Kevin got to work building a regional presence as a performer. A product of the late 80s and early 90s, Kevin got his unique style from mashing up classic country sounds, popular in his home state of Virginia, with hip-hop and pop sounds, which have a special place in his heart. This helped him generate some name recognition among the Virginia Beach hip hop community, which is famous nationwide for pushing the genre to new heights, after which he started performing in local venues and festivals associated with the hip-hop community. He even spent time recording in Timbaland’s studio and collaborating with Teddy Riley.

 

This exposure carried him all the way to Los Angeles, where he signed a publishing deal with the famed team at Prescription Songs. Calls started pouring in with more frequency, especially from Nashville writers hoping to book Kevin for sessions. This ultimately led to Kevin choosing Nashville as his home base. Through his relationship with Prescription Songs, Kevin met his soon-to-be producer, Keith Stegall. Stegall has his own history as a songwriter, with Kevin proudly boasting that Stegall has the same “swagger” as him. Stegall is a Grammy-winning producer and songwriter who has produced hits for George Jones, Alan Jackson, Jimmy Buffet, and Zac Brown Band, to name a few. “Take a sandy beach, mix it with some blue water, add a Corona, a guitar, a good song, and a good singer! That’s how you make Kevin MaC,” quips Stegall.

On to the present day, when, 10 years after opening for Kenny Chesney on a hot Virginia Beach night, Kevin has found his sound. He now writes confidently with that sound, not only for himself but while also writing for other artists. He’s been opening for REO Speedwagon, headlining shows, touring with other songwriters, and is expecting his first child. When asked what he’s most proud of, he simply says, “The fact that I have a loving wife and a child on the way. The rest I do for my career, and it’s all gravy!”