With a GRAMMY® Award, two Top 10 charting albums, four consecutive Top 40 hits and many other honors, The Kentucky Headhunters created a unique blend of honky-tonk, blues, and southern rock that appeals to listeners of all kinds of music. The Kentucky Headhunters, from Edmonton, Kentucky, got their start in 1968. Known as Itchy Brother at the time and included brothers Fred and Richard Young and cousins Greg Martin and Anthony Kenney. After Kenney departed and Doug Phelps joined the band, The Kentucky Headhunters were born in 1986. Touted by Billboard as a “great American rock ‘n’ roll band,” the band still continues to tour throughout the United States and has enjoyed playing in Nashville throughout the years at Bridgestone Arena, Ascend Amphitheater, and also played at the George Jones tribute.