& The Soul Plains Drifters
with special guests
Donner, Party of Seven
Doors at 8
Show at 9
Drew Six performs well over 200 shows per year. A natural frontman, his high energy stage presence has earned him opening spots with such notable acts as Darius Rucker, Luke Bryan, Dan + Shay, Maroon 5, Backstreet Boys, Eli Young Band, and Gary Allan. This is where he has honed his ability to command an audience and build his fiercely loyal fan base.
Country Radio Hall of Famer, Mike Kennedy says, “Drew is one of the harder working artists I’ve ever seen. Whether he’s playing acoustically or with the full band, it’s always a great show. Versatile, talented, and entertaining.”
Six’s current single, “Boyfriend,” and accompanying music video showcase Drew’s rock n’ roll swagger and crossover appeal. The funk infused hip shaker earned him industry attention for his songwriting chops when the early demo went #1 on the NSAI (Nashville Songwriters Association International) Top 40 Chart. The music video is featured on CMT. His original songs have also been honored by ASCAP, The Recording Academy, and utilized by ESPN. Currently, Six’s fan favorite, “The Bull,” is being played at select PBR (Professional Bull Riders) events across the country.
While Six splits his time between Nashville and Kansas City, he has maintained a close connection with his hometown. His touring band, the Soul Plains Drifters, features accomplished K.C. musicians, Scott "Sevens" Evans, Troy Schuster, Steven Jesse, and Todd "T-Diddy" Yarrow. Drew Six's gritty soulful baritone vocals and magnetic stage presence have earned him the title of “best sexy musician” in Pitch Magazine’s “Best Of" issue and he was also featured as one of KC Magazine’s “100 people that have changed life in Kansas City forever.” Recently, he was a featured performer at Major League Baseball’s marquee event, the World Series Gala.
Drew is also passionate about several charities. He was honored with the “Quest For Kindness” award for his work with Variety Children’s Charity. The organization provides children with developmental disabilities adaptive equipment and opportunities for activity and inclusion. Six’s self-penned song, “We Choose Livin’” was written for and inspired by the kids of Variety.
“I learned early on that music has power. It brings people together that would normally never cross paths,” says Six. “Performing live and songwriting have both given me special ways to connect with people and to give back.”