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Ever More Nest is a new music project from Louisiana songwriter Kelcy Mae, who visited Tennessee, experienced totality, met her spirit guide, and made a record. Look for Ever More Nest's debut release, The Place That You Call Home, available now everywhere you support and enjoy music. 

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Ever More Nest @ Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans, LA

Explore the Ogden Museum with a day of art activities and entertainment for the whole family!

Join us for this annual celebration and FREE admission day featuring art activities, games and performances inspired by a Southern county fair. Enjoy performances by Ever More Nest and a puppet show performed by the Ogden Museum Teen Docents. Crepes a la Cart will also have food available for purchase.

This event is free, open to the public and fun for the whole family. Come See the South at the O!

Ever More Nest @ Toad

Toad, Cambridge, MA

Ever More Nest duo brings its Americana/Alt-Country to Boston/Cambridge for the first time.

Ever More Nest @ Colony

Colony, Woodstock, NY

New Orleans-based, Americana/Alt-Country group Ever More Nest is touring back through in September. Their debut album, The Place That You Call Home, was recently nominated for Best Alt-Country Album in the Independent Music Awards, and the band has had notable tour stops this year including at the Kennedy Center and Milwaukee's Summerfest.

Ever More Nest will be performing as a duo on this September run. Much like the album, Ever More Nest’s live performance features the emotive, authentic voice of lead singer/songwriter Kelcy Mae accompanied by the soulful, shimmering guitar work and heart-rending harmonies of Dave DeCotiis.

Produced by 2018 Grammy-nominated producer Neilson Hubbard (Mary Gauthier), the album poses the universal question: “Just where do I belong?” According to Folk Radio UK, “The answer is clearly in any discerning Americana CD collection.” No Depression calls the project "brilliant" and Country Standard Time calls it a "can't-miss recording."