Michael Ken


After a standing room only performance in 2015, BMI  singer-songwriter, Michael Ken brings his show back to the Crown.

Michael got his break in the music business in 2006 when he won the Nashville Network Showdown at the Gibson Theatre in Nashville. This led to a tour of England where he played 13 venues, including a large festival in London.

He returned to Nashville where he played many clubs including the famed Tootsie’s and Commodore. Also, at this time he recorded an Album, “I Go Crazy” with Jeff King, Reba McEntire’s  guitar player.

Michael has opened for Travis Tritt, David Allan Coe, Craig Morgan, Earl Thomas Conley, Exile and others. In 2014, he was nominated for male vocalist of the year by the Artist Music Guild of America.

Michael has released seven albums, co-written with Nashville/local BMI songwriter, Gene Lemons.  His music is distributed world-wide through iTunes, Spotify and numerous other digital distributors. Find out more at michaelkenmusic.com.

His shows are a blend of covers and originals.  The covers include The Eagles, Jackson Browne, Bob Seger, Jimmy Buffet, James Taylor, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, George Jones, all in all, Michael can do about 80 covers.

While achieving all this success, Michael had to overcome a handicap, he is legally blind. He was born with macular degeneration. Though his sight is weak, his vision is strong as reflected in the lyrics of his songs and the power in his voice.

Tickets are $12.00 in advance, $15 day of show. A $1 Facility Fee and sales tax is added to the price of each ticket.

There is an additional $3.50 per ticket web fee for internet purchases; call 336-333-2605 to avoid those charges. Guests can opt to have their tickets mailed to them for a $1 post fee, or can pick up tickets in will call for no additional charge.