Ever More Nest Nominated for Independent Music Award

The nominees for the 17th Annual Independent Music Awards (IMAs) have just been announced, and Ever More Nest's debut album, The Place That You Call Home, is up for Best Alt-Country Album. The IMAs are an influential awards…

French Quarter Fest!

French Quarter Festival released its cubes today, and we're excited to announce Ever More Nest will be playing Saturday, April 13 at 2:45pm on the Caire Hotel and Restaurant Supply Songwriter Stage located at the House of Blues New Orleans…

EMN's Kelcy Mae featured at Songs on the Bayou

Ever More Nest's Kelcy Mae has been invited to participate in Morgan City's burgeoning songwriters festival, Songs on the Bayou, taking place March 25-31. Kelcy Mae (playing solo) will be featured with a number of performances, including: 

  • March…

Ever More Nest Album Pre-Order Now on iTunes

Pre-order The Place That You Call Home, the debut album from Kelcy Mae's new project, Ever More Nest, now available on iTunes. The discounted pre-order comes with an immediate download of the album's single, "Major Tom." The full album…

Introducing Ever More Nest!

Dearest friends, fans, and fam, 

I write finally with news! Real, handy, and substantive information! I’ve been saying for months, perhaps a year, that I’ll be updating you on a new record, and that time has finally come…

Songwriter of the Year Nomination from Offbeat Magazine

On December 13, 2017, Offbeat Magazine released its nominees for the 2017 Best of the Beat Awards. Though a previous Best of the Beat nominee, Kelcy Mae is honored to have been nominated to the esteemed Songwriter of the…

Kelcy Mae's 2nd Biennial Merry Songwriter Revue

It's back! Join Kelcy Mae and other New Orleans songwriters for a night of holiday originals, traditional hymns, pop tunes, old carols, winter ballads, and irreverent rock songs. Kelcy Mae, Alex Bosworth, Alexandra Scott, Micah McKee, Jeremy Joyce, Lauren Oglesby…

Summer 2017!

Some exciting things are in store for the summer, which started off on a bang with three food festivals: Shreveport's Mudbug Madness, New Orleans' French Market Creole Tomato Festival, and the Pearl River Blues Blueberry Farm Jam on June 17…