Keeghan's Story

 Keeghan Nolan grew up in Fairfield , Vermont, just a stone's throw from the Canadian border but don't let that fool you. Her country roots run deep. She found country music, or perhaps it found her, at  the young age three at her first Country Concert . She has pursued her dream with every fiber of her being ever since. As a teen she competed in and won numerous singing competitions but her passion was to take her own music to the masses. She began appearing in local venues and soon developed a following around Vermont and the New England area. Her music allowed her to open for major label acts such as Craig Morgan, John Michael Montgomery, Chris Young, and Bucky Covington.  It has been a whirlwind ever since. She's headlined shows she previously opened, done interviews with television and radio, appeared on the cover of magazines, played an integral role in Rusty Dewees' Holiday Variety Show, and realized a lifelong dream by hearing her song, "Broken Flowers" on regular rotation on radio. It has been quite a ride. But despite all those accomplishments, the stage is Keeghan's true passion. Her inviting stage demeanor quickly wins the hearts of audiences everywhere. She's as comfortable sharing her heart in song as most folks are sitting on their couches watching television with their families. Whether stomping her boots to a raucous, upbeat country-rock anthem in a large, outdoor venue or crooning a sweet, tender ballad in an intimate acoustic setting, Keeghan brings songs to life. "When I leave stage I want to know that people had a good time. The best response I can get from my audience is, "Where are you playing next?" 2017 promises to be an even bigger year! Everyone knew it wouldn't be long before the bright lights of Nashville beckoned and that move should take place sometime in January of this year. Keeghan has also returned to the studio to record a new album. In addition to her talents on stage and her writing ability she enjoys Modeling, Performing in Musicals, and has starred in several TV and radio commercials
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