Ubiquitous. While it is something I have yet to achieve, that word will
soon delineate the singer-songwriter known solely as Veazey.
Allow me to introduce myself; my name is Kyle Veazey, but I am known
on stage simply as Veazey. I am a musician, a true renaissance man, a cancer
survivor, and a double stroke survivor.
I am a Country musician without any uncertainty. However, my influences
range from Hank Williams to Alice Cooper. I am a comedian, as well a musician,
and I am known to have the audience to sing along with me.
Matt has graciously allowed me to be a blogger for Chorus and Verse,
to which I say, "I salute you." I was also informed that a certain blogger
for Chorus and Verse has an Internet radio show, and that I should look
into getting on his show, to which I say, "Danny, hook a brotha up."
I'll be writing on a few different topics with an emphasis on Country
music. Some of these topics will be interviews, concert reviews, and album
and single reviews. My favorite topic will be a review on a venue from an
artist's perspective called "The Writer's Review". This will be based on
the experience I had performing at venues across the country. For information
on booking me at your venue, please email me at
You can read more about me by going to my website at
If you have iTunes, you can go straight to my music page by typing in
on your Internet browser. I look forward to gaining fans of my blog and
hopefully gaining fans of my music.
In closing, I will have a tradition of quoting a famous line in a song
followed by a story. This week's closer comes from my all-time favorite
musician to show the utmost respect for what would be his 75th birthday
this month. It comes from the song entitled "Welcome To My World", and says
"Miracles I guess / Still happen now and then."
People have called me a walking miracle since my stroke, and while at
first it was vexatious to hear, after I really started to think about what
it meant to be a miracle in people's eyes, I was very thankful to be able
to be an inspiration to other individuals. I hope I can be an encouragement
to all of you reading my blogs.
And remember, ask yourself, "Are You With The Z?'"