Colorado country-folk vocalist/songwriter Kenny Knight released his lone album, Crossroads, in 1980 before retiring from professional music. The Georgia-born, Denver-raised musician was captivated by your guitar from a age, signing up for his first music group the 13th Road Leave when he was simply 11. For this same period, he began composing his first music and hanging out regional music shops conference the old, more-established musicians over the picture. By 1968, Knight, after that in his mid-teens, acquired formed another garage area band called Dark Flag, who produced the national information when they performed a presidential election rally for Nelson Rockefeller at Denver’s Dark brown Palace Resort. Professional and qualified beyond their years, the youthful bandmembers did program work at an area studio and performed the neighborhood Denver night clubs after finding a function permit off their junior senior high school. Before enlisting using the Marines in 1972, Knight acquired turn into a mainstay in the neighborhood garage picture and he continuing to write music while stationed in California’s Camp Pendleton. With the purpose of learning to be a songwriter, he’d use his keep period to operate a vehicle up to LA and pitch his music to potential web publishers. He came near closing a offer, but ultimately was compelled to return to Denver to greatly help with the family members business. Through the entire ’70s, he continuing to create and record demos in the home while functioning being a painter at his father’s car body store. His cousins acquired once acquired a favorite duet group known as Deb & Sylvia in the ’50s and ’60s, so when they relocated back again to Denver in the past due ’70s, Sylvia inspired Kenny to create his own record. Repurposing a vintage carriage house on her behalf property, Sylvia constructed a modest house studio room and, alongside relatives and buddies, she and Knight spent the evenings documenting the songs that could constitute his debut. A variety of world-weary Americana and thoughtful, folk-flavored country-rock, Crossroads was self-released in 1980 in an exceedingly limited run. Regardless of the grade of the materials and shows, the album didn’t make a direct effect, and even though he continuing to create music on an individual level, it continues to be Knight’s sole discharge. In 2015, after languishing for the quarter-century in obscurity, Crossroads was reissued for the very first time by North Carolinian label Heaven of Bachelors.