Kevin Sekhani (Mercy Brothers)
Austin meets Cajun Country on Day Ain’t Done, the superb Americana ode to the working class of South Louisiana from Lafayette, LA-based and Mercy Brothers founder Kevin Sekhani. Its national release triggered an instant response from radio, debuting on the iTunes Radio Country chart in its first week of release in June, and ascending all the way to #1 on the AirPlay Direct Americana/AAA chart by the end of July. A second radio offensive kicks off in September with a Texas radio tour and add dates set for Americana and Cajun radio 9/14/15.

Sekhani, who's worked as the front man for such diverse bands as Radio Thieves, Two Minute Sinatra and Parade for earned a ballot spot for nomination in the 2009 GRAMMY® Best Americana Album category for his debut solo album Sumner Street. alongside the likes of Bob Dylan, John Mellencamp, Wilco, Willie Nelson, and other notable artists.

Kevin's performances are a dynamic mix of country, rock, and soul–ideal for the smallest of stages and largest of festivals.

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