King Calaway is a newly formed group of musicians setting out to make a change in country music. The bio on their website reads,
"Six unique voices. Six top-notch instrumentalists. Three different countries. Featuring a half dozen musicians from both sides of the Atlantic, King Calaway is proof that there’s strength in numbers."
The new group stopped by The Bobby Bones Show to share their new music as well as the story on how they've formed. Band member Jordan moved to America a year ago from Scotland and started playing drums at Tootsies on Broadway in Nashville. Chad is from Delaware and went to Berklee college. Austin was a bass player on cruise ships after dropping out of college. Caleb the guitar player grew up playing sessions as a kid. Simon is from Gibraltar and had planned on being a Catholic missionary. Lastly, band member Chris has played drums for a while, even playing at the CMA Awards for Kenny Rogers.
Check out the full interview with King Calway on The Bobby Bones Show.