Soon you’ll be able to see one hour live episodes here at AVTV, on aveymusic.com! Stay tuned folks!
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At this very moment Eric and Kate Avey are delivering a set of acoustic music so energetic and heartfelt that every member of their audience will go home feeling lifted and just a little bit better about life. And if, by chance, Eric and Kate are not somewhere playing and singing at this very moment, then they are somewhere thinking about how to improve their show with new harmonies or choosing songs to add, fine tuning and polishing. It’s the passion they bring to making music, and the kind of commitment they make to assure that when you go out to see them play, you will have at least as much fun in the audience as they are having sharing music with you.
That degree of passion is an exuberant thing and not easily contained, spilling over into different musical configurations as you will see when you explore the images above. In the “shows” section, you will find Eric and Kate’s calendar, and if they do not have a date scheduled near you, please use the “contact” page to schedule a gig, or to just drop by and say Hi. Everyone needs a little dose of Eric and Kate in their life, administered frequently.
~Linda Adkins, writer and musician
The Aveys accomplishments, written down, are nothing compared to witnessing a special moment between just these two. Midst their personal photo-shoot, I watched a couple go from happy, posed smiles for the camera, to singing a duet in a brick alley wall, illuminated by a single lamp, and seeing only one another. Their voices, rich and lovingly haunting when melded together in a duet, melt your heart and express a love only music can put form to. Their story alone will warm a heart, but when shown through their passion for music, one can understand how they’ve come so far, and be inspired to follow what similar dreams they harbor in their own hearts.
~Coryn Rose, writer for Tri-State Jam Blog