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ABOUT DREW SIX
Renowned as a singer-songwriter with a heartland country-rock soul, Drew Six effortlessly commands the stage with his magnetic presence. Sharing billings with industry titans like Luke Bryan, Dan + Shay, and Maroon 5, he has fine-tuned his ability to captivate audiences and deliver a message of hope and optimism, fostering a fiercely loyal fanbase along the way.
Country Radio Hall of Fame Inductee, Mike Kennedy, hails Drew as “One of the harder working artists I’ve ever seen” consistently delivering unforgettable performances whether solo or with his full band.
Drew's textured, raspy baritone and blues-infused style lend an authentic edge to his uplifting crossover sound, as witnessed in his stirring anthem "American Dreamers" performed to a sold-out crowd at the Wrangler NFR Experience in Las Vegas (alongside notable artists Lainey Wilson, Ian Munsick, Bryan Martin, Drake Milligan, and Chancey Williams).
While Drew's Nashville influences are evident in his songcraft, his music remains firmly rooted in the driving rhythms of midwestern rock, drawing comparisons to modern icons like Mellencamp, Springsteen, and Seger. Tracks like the infectious "Boyfriend," accompanied by a swaggering music video featured on CMT, highlight Drew's rock 'n' roll flair and widespread appeal.
Beyond the stage, Drew is deeply committed to charitable endeavors. His poignant composition "Dreams Do," premiered at the Dream Factory National Convention, embodies his dedication to making a difference. Inspired by organizations like the Dream Factory and Variety Children's Charity, Drew's music transcends entertainment, offering solace and inspiration to those in need.
Reflecting on his journey, Drew emphasizes the transformative power of music in uniting diverse communities and sparking meaningful connections. With accolades from Pitch Magazine and KC Magazine, along with performances at high-profile events like the World Series Gala and concerts for the Kansas City Chiefs, Drew continues to leave an indelible mark on both the music scene and his beloved hometown.
As USA Today's Sharon L. Peters aptly observes, “You may be witnessing the first step of what will become a colossal career."