"It’s clear this is the kind of music you might accidentally find surfing backwoods radio stations on a Sunday morning drive across Texas"
No Depression 2013
Kevin Anthony & G-Town
Kevin Anthony & G-Town mix country, Cajun, blues, Mexican and swamp pop influences to create that unique Gulf Coast Sound. It's the kind of music you have on when you want to dance, drink and have fun with friends and family!
Latest Release: Eh Ha Ha: A tribute to the original cajun fiddle of harry choates (October 2019)
Quotes and Press
“Choates has a lot of great songs, and we just want to do our part in making sure those songs get out and are still heard today.” - Texas Highways
"I’m continuing on the music path that I’ve been taking with previous albums by combining all of our unique Texas Gulf Coast influences such as Texas fiddle music, Tex-Mex, Cajun and whatever else comes to mind. I like to call it the ‘Gulf Coast sound.’” - Galveston County Daily News - PDF Here
"From the opening track, “Hey You,” it’s clear this is the kind of music you might accidentally find surfing backwoods radio stations on a Sunday morning drive across Texas. There is no alt-country here, just dust-stompin’ ballads that ring of yesteryear." - No Depression
"From the catchy and quirky Bacon Blues, to the sweet and sentimental Can’t Wait to Meet You written for his son, to the soulful Still that resounds with a cavernous yearning reminiscent of Pete Yorn, 45 Southbound is just like its creator. Simple in essence, but remarkable in what it has achieved." - Galveston Island Guide