Kensie Coppin: Great Talent from the Lone Star State

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In the country music industry, Texas is a leader of the pack when it comes to producing new and great talent. The Lone Star State country music scene is growing constantly and consistently, producing its own independent sounds. And, from the local honky-tonk to the dance hall Brigadoon, unique talent is rising up. One such talent is that of Kensie Coppin.

Kensie’s sound is that of a more traditional country vibe. She sings of heartbreak, of love lost, of the cheaters and the ones that lure them away. Her 2016 EP (Extended Play) release was self-titled and includes a duet with fellow Texan, William Clark Green, called “Why You Still Need Me.” She grew up in South Central Texas and began performing at the tender age of eight. Country music is her passion. She’s written with several Nashville talents, was the opening acting for an equal number, and has been booked to perform in many of the great Texas testing grounds such as Gruene Hall, Cheatham Street Warehouse, and Whiskey Girl Saloon.

Shared on Kensie Coppin’s YouTube channel, this video featured highlights of recording her EP at Bismeaux Studios in Austin. Self-taught in singing, playing guitar, and writing the type of classic country songs she loves to sing, Coppin has big plans for not only a Texas country music career, but a global one as well, with current plans including the coordination of a band and touring opportunities here in the U.S. as well as France. Her fans appreciate a fiddle and a steel guitar and have been 100 percent support of this rising Texas star.