Thanks for checking out our website. We hope you enjoy our music and can come catch a live show sometime soon. Our emphasis is creating original music that is thoughtful and relevant while fun and easy to listen to. We like everyone ending up with a smile on their face and a positive groove in their heart!

Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital Healing Arts 

During this holiday season we are thankful for the opportunity to have served as Artists-in-Residence from March to November through the Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital Healing Arts program founded by Dr. Robert L. A. Keeley. It was such a blessing in return. Here is the link! https://www.carilionclinic.org/healing-art

Welcome Eric Hollandsworth on Bass 

We are beyond thankful for our time with Ben Ski on bass and wish him the best as he returns to the New York area!

We are delighted to welcome Eric Hollandsworth on bass to Carrington Kay! He joined us for the Chautauqua Festival in Wytheville, VA and Music on the Square in Jonesborough, TN in June and July and it has been a pleasure. Be sure to catch him at a gig soon as well as online. www.erichollandsworth.com

Welcome Ben Ski on Bass 

Welcome to Ben Ski joining Carrington Kay on bass...and yes, that means electric and acoustic! 

Ben Ski hails from Syracuse NY where he started his career in music at the age of 13 playing throughout much of upstate NY. After studying Jazz Bass and Music Recording at the State University of New York at Oswego he has performed as a live and session Bassist at many of NYC's most famed jazz, rock and folk clubs as well as many of the storied venues along the East Coast. Throughout his musical career he has been on all sides of performing, recording and live sound, always providing his unique perspective and intuition.

RSO Green Room March 3 

"Roses are red, Violets are blue, Carrington Kay loves music and YOU!" Happy Valentine's Day! Share the love on Friday, March 3 at the RSO Green Room (corner of Williamson/Campbell) for some live, local music in downtown Roanoke, VA!  

6:30/$10 Door/Ricky Hall opener 
https://www.facebook.com/rubbertramprickyhall/

New Song "Forever Entwined" 

Hope your New Year is off to a great start! Carrington Kay would like to thank you for your support in 2016 by sharing a brand new song with you, "Forever Entwined." This was a top secret project we collaborated with some dear friends on for the special couple we all know that got married January 2! We hope you enjoy it. Feel free to share and tell a friend about us. It helps us to grow and put our music in front of a lot more ears in 2017! We appreciate you and your efforts to support our creative endeavors!

New Video "Mr. Mayor" 

We'll let the new video speak for itself, but it deals with our displeasure of modern politics and politicians. The video was shot and edited by Ryan Anderson. We'll be using him again soon! If you like it, it would help us if you shared it with someone you think might like it as well. Thank you for supporting our endeavor to create original, thoughtful, and creative music. We always appreciate you! 

WVTF Roots Down Radio Session 

We are thankful for a great session as guest artists on the WVTF Roots Down Radio Show with Luke Church! Listen to Roots Down on 89.1fm every Friday from 8-11 P.M. or online at WVTF.ORG, and for Carrington Kay this Friday night 8-26-2016 at 9:40 P.M.!

Virginia Dreams Center Stage RFD TV Filming 

Thanks to Virginia Dreams Center Stage for a great film session in Harrisonburg on Saturday! We taped original content for about six different TV episodes which will air nationally on the RFD network. Stay tuned to watch and thanks for your support!

Sounds of the Mountains Festival 

We hope your St. Patrick's Day was lucky, your Easter was blessed, and want you to know the incredible gig coming up is not an April Fool's joke! Carrington Kay will be part of the 15th Annual Sounds of the Mountains Music and Story Festival April 15-16 at Camp Bethel in Fincastle in Virginia's Blue Ridge. Check out www.soundsofthemountains.org for more information and come enjoy the storytelling craft through music and spoken word in this beautiful spring weather!