A Morgantown, West Virginia native with a corporate day job in Nashville, Kevin Major doesn’t quite fit the usual songwriter persona. Yet, it has offered a perspective that has yielded unique views on life, a quick wit, and a strong work ethic… all married with poetic poignancy. He lives real life and writes real songs. Inspired by his family, social consciousness, emotional moments of love, longing, and pain, and sometimes just silliness… variety and versatility abound. A guitar slinger since he was the tender age of twelve years old, his mesmerizing grooves, signature guitar licks, and infectious melodies have hints of influences from the likes of Brad Paisley, Stevie Ray Vaughn, John Mayer, and Keith Urban. With a heavy focus on family, Major turns out songs full of heart like ‘The End Of The Road’ (winner of the 2010 Music City Songwriting competition) and ‘That’s What I Do’. While a more personal ‘Tell Me About God’ speaks to his faith and relationship with his young daughter. With head turning, one-of-a-kind titles like ‘Love Tattoo’ and ‘Hunting Deer’, packaged with a passion for a fresh and edgy lyric, he puts in the work to get it right and real… not just rhyme. On the lighter side, his sense of fun and humor shines through on ‘Sister Mary Margarita’s’, a song about a group of nuns who open a tequila bar to save their church. Kevin also wields a knack and instinct for studio production which is evident in his tracks and how he orchestrates and colors each song. ‘Best Seat In The House’ speaks to his earliest fan, his grandfather. “He loved music and was always there for me, and I know he’s still watching over me.” Most notably, the self-penned ‘That’s Gonna Leave A Mark’, has attracted interest from major label recording artists Craig Morgan, Rodney Atkins, and even Garth Brooks who had the song on hold for his Ultimate Hits album.