Kevin is fortunate to have been named NH Country Music Association songwriter of the year for 2000 for "Notice Me". He was awarded most promising songwriter for 2002 for "That's What Dad's Do" and again in 2003 for "Oh, Say (Can You See), and also for "The One That She Calls Dad" in 2005. His original song "Make the Connection" has been used as the theme song for the television show "The Kid's Connection" from 1997 through 2000. Kevin's music ranges from Traditional country (i.e. "That Makes it Country") to Bluegrass (i.e Feline Code), to more contemporary country (i.e." Notice Me"), acoustic pop (i.e. "My Heart Was There To Break My Fall"), and contemporary christian (i.e "How Many Heartbeats").
I just completed song number 7 for my next CD. At this rate it should only take me 2 more years to have it completed!
Is there an intersection of Pop, Country and Folk? There is Now! Described as a fusion of John Mayer, Rascal Flatts, and Don MacLean, Kevin Chauvette is an award winning singer / songwriter with original music available to support the next breakthrough artist. As a four time NH Country Music Association award winner for songwriting, Kevin's songs range from the bluegrass sound of "Feline Code" to the chilling pop tribute to our veterans..."Oh, Say (Can You See)". His CD Forever Endeavor was released in June 2005 and is available for purchase.
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