Andover Country Music Festival
Friday, August 19
Don't miss the Andover Country Music Festival at the Capitol Federal Amphitheater on Friday, August 19 with Coffey Anderson, Mountain Deer Revival, and Kylie Frey!
Time: Doors - 5 PM | Show - 7 PM
Tickets: Early Bird (Ends July 31 at 11:59 PM) - $30.81 | GA - $48.50
Venue: Capitol Federal Amphitheater
Rain or shine. All Sales Final.
Coffey Anderson’s music career began unconventionally. He borrowed a guitar from the father of a girl he was dating, and then she dumped him. Coffey kept the guitar, and more than 20 years later continues to blaze his own trail as a neotraditional country artist.
The Bangs, Texas, native grew up singing in church, but it wasn’t until a high school talent show that he realized he could connect with an audience. When Coffey relocated to Los Angeles to pursue music full-time, the singer’s small-town upbringing, country values and unmatched work ethic stayed with him. Once in L.A., he carved out his own lane of country music. He’d perform on the street with a foldable IKEA table where he sold CDs and took names for his email list. That’s where he’d meet his wife, hip-hop dancer Criscilla, and soon realize that he had to think like an entrepreneur if he wanted to make it in the industry. Coffey took his music career into his own hands producing his own albums, booking his own shows, and editing his music videos out of his garage.
In 2006, Anderson started his YouTube channel and launched Coffey Global. 16 years later he has more than 250,000 YouTube subscribers with 85 million lifetime views. His Spotify monthly listeners average 640,000 while his TikTok likes total 3.7 million. While building his brand as an entrepreneur and singer Anderson, 43, continued to use his gift as an entertainer. His infectious personality and unmatched positivity as seen on the hit Netflix original reality series Country Ever After draws people in while his neotraditional country music sets him apart.
About Mountain Deer Revival
Mountain Deer Revival’s original, genre-expanding sound successfully closes the gap between Southern Rock, Americana, and Red Dirt while maintaining an honest, independent tone.
About Kylie Frey
In today’s country, it’s not uncommon for artists to veer from one “lane” to another, adopting a new sound and style as trends change. But there’s a growing movement within the genre suffering no such identity crisis, and there you’ll find Kylie Frey.
Born and raised as country as it gets, Frey is a third-generation rodeo girl and Louisiana state goat-tying champion – and a rising star as genuine as her Wranglers. Sincere in her convictions and too real to dismiss, even for ardent country haters, her sound both typifies and transcends the genre. And with her new EP, Rodeo Queen, she’s bringing its timeless sense of authenticity back.
“I just wanna own my story so much it makes someone else own theirs,” says the Carnival Music singer-songwriter, now working with undeniable streak of hits behind her.
After just four years of dedicated work, Frey has already notched four Number Ones on the Texas Regional Radio Report – “Rodeo Man,” “Too Bad” (with Randy Rogers), “One Night In Tulsa” and “Spur of the Moment” – with the latter enshrined as the fastest-rising Number One by a female artist in chart history. Each one displays the true-to-yourself grit and determination that rodeo demands, and to Frey, those qualities can only be earned the hard way.
Rodeo was a family tradition, she says … and so was country.
With Rodeo Queen, she embraces the idea that individuality is more than relatable … it’s contagious. Built around Frey’s own story – one of a girl coming to terms with who she is and what lies ahead – it features a sound that’s equally sure of itself and a vocal just as pure.