event

Six String Grill & Stage Presents:

Kevin Herchen

with

Fri, Nov 20

Show: 6:00 pm
All Ages
Free
Free - Reservations recommended
Additional Info

Join us for dinner in the dining room with Kevin Herchen!

Reservations encouraged, walk-ins welcome. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. Please note that due to state mandates, table size is limited to 10, food must be ordered when consuming alcohol, and guests must wear a mask when not seated at their table.

Please know that the safety of our team & guests remains our top priority and we have added protocols onto our existing high safety standards.

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Artists
Kevin Herchen

In 2015, Herchen was named the winner of the WPRI Rhode Show Big Break Contest for his song “Stronger”.   His songwriting has earned him selection by Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) as "One To Watch" and was nominated as Local Male Artist of the Year by New England Country Music in 2017.

He has worked with Grammy nominated producer Jack Gauthier at Lakewest Studios and with Nashville producer Dustin Kirkendall on a 5 song EP released in the summer of 2018.

A seasoned artist, Herchen now enjoys playing venues throughout New England and the East Coast, connecting with his fans as a solo, acoustic artist and with The Kevin Herchen Band. He and his band have opened for Big & Rich, Frankie Ballard, and Jo Dee Messina. He has played shows in Nashville, Long Beach, Chicago, Phoenix, and Orlando.  Herchen loves performing and interacting with his fans during and after every show.

As a survivor of the tragic, Station Nightclub Fire in his hometown of West Warwick, RI, February 20, 2003, Herchen's mindset was shifted to living life with purpose and gratitude and encouraging others to do the same.  He knows he is living on borrowed time and his music offers a sense of community with his mantra "Live and Love".