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Up-and-Coming Band King Calaway Release Self-Titled Debut EP

The self-titled EP features the band’s laid-back sound inspired by that of Keith Urban, Ed Sheeran and the Eagles.

Written by Lauren Laffer
Up-and-Coming Band King Calaway Release Self-Titled Debut EP
King Calaway; Photo Credit: Alex Ferrari

The Nashville music scene was treated to the first taste of rising country group King Calaway with the release of their debut EP.

Each member of the six-piece band, Jordan Harvey, Chad Michael Jervis, Simon Dumas, Chris Deaton, Caleb Miller and Austin Luther, pursued solo careers, finding themselves in various international tours and TV appearances before coming together to form King Calaway.

“We are over the moon to finally have these new songs out for people to listen to,” said Dumas in a news release. “As a group, all we want is to make a positive influence with our music, we hope everyone who listens to the record hears that.”

The self-titled EP features the band’s laid-back sound inspired by that of Keith Urban, Ed Sheeran and the Eagles. This vibe is especially apparent on the group’s debut single “World For Two,” a smooth, harmony-laden track that combines a relaxed groove with backwoods twang.

Ross Copperman served as the EP’s producer while also writing many of the tracks with the likes of Robert Deaton, Mitchell Tenpenny and Devin Dawson.

King Calaway Tracklist:
1. World For Two
2. No Matter What
3. I Do
4. Love the One You’re With
5. Rivers