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“You Stay On My Mind” is a hauntingly beautiful ballad sung by Kenny Goodman and Avery Bruce. The song is for those who have loved then lost but cannot forget the love they left behind. Kenny and Avery are two completely different singers but their voices blend perfectly in this soft ballad. Dreamy, slow and full of reminiscing, this one's  for all who've been there. 

Avery Bruce

Avery Rytel Bruce is a talented singer-songwriter known for her introspective lyrics, genre-defying sound, and captivating live performances. Originally from a small town in Arkansas, Avery displayed a natural talent for creating music at an early age, exploring any instrument she could get her hands on and writing songs throughout her teenage years.
With a background in Acting and a heart for theatre, Avery went on to pursue college at Oklahoma City University where she was able to collaborate with her classmates and hone her skills as an artist. At the height of the pandemic, she made the decision to take a mental health hiatus and join the infamous college dropout club. Upon her return to the comforts of home, she knew she wanted to use this time to grow creatively and direct all of her energy towards her music.  
With her true home on the stage, Avery's ability to captivate audiences with compelling stories and a voice that resonates with raw authenticity has earned her a local fan base who connect with her vulnerable approach to songwriting. Her lyrics explore themes of love, loss, resilience, and self-discovery.
Avery's music draws from a diverse range of genres, including alternative/indie, poprock, folk, etc. There is no genre off limits to play with, resulting in a sound that is both timeless and contemporary.

Kenny Goodman

Born and raised in Syracuse, New York, Kenny Goodman spent years of his childhood in school and church choirs, honing his voice over the years. His father exposed him to old school r&b music like Marvin Gaye and Sam Cooke. This heavily influenced Kenny and forged his love for the oldies. At age 17, he moved to Maryland and worked a variety of jobs from construction, server at a diner to a bar bouncer. Throughout this period, he would sing a lot in front of others and was told by many he had a good voice but he stayed modest and never saw singing as something to pursue till years later when he met Collin Westerlund while working together on a construction site. Westerlund, an aspiring singer/songwriter saw the potential in Kenny and eventually brought Kenny on to Arkansas House Records to sing songs that he had written for him. A lot is in store for Kenny Goodman so stay tuned for some fresh new tunes.

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