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CHART TOPPER: Kings Langley resident continues to storm jazz chart with second single reaching top spot

 Published on: 15th April 2021   |   By: Holly Bullen   |   Category: Uncategorized

A Kings Langley resident continues to take the jazz charts by storm as another of his single shoots to the top spot.

Kevin Hill Jnr who has worked in the music industry for 15 years previously featured at the top spot last Christmas with a cover of Baby It’s Cold Outside.

Now his latest single Old Devil Moon has found similar success and reached the top spot on the iTunes Jazz chart.

Kevin said that seeing the success of the single which was released on Good Friday was a great feeling as he was unsure if it would see the same success as at Christmas time.

He said: “I was intrigued to see how it was going to work out, with the Christmas single there was 24 hours to pre-order it and this time I gave it a week.

“Also with the Christmas single it was a duet so a lot of the pre-ordering came from the other artists’ following so I wasn’t sure if this single would get to number one.

“It didn’t stay there long but it got there.”

Kevin added that Old Devil Moon is part of a wider collection of singles which he is planning to release bi-monthly this year.

He said: “I initially recorded the singles in 2018 so it has been a long process but I’m pleased to be finally releasing them.

“I will release them single by single, I think that’s kind of the way the music industry is going at the moment, people don’t want to download a whole album.”

Kevin is looking forward to his first in person gig post lockdown which will take place at Eastbourne Bandstand on June 20.

For more information, head to: kevinhilljnr.co.uk/

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