McKay Project of Columbus MS

McKay Project
McKay Project

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Dennis and Leslie McKay make up the husband and wife duo of McKay Project. Together, they have a story of hope and second chances. They have a real desire to share Jesus and let people know that God loves them and He never gives up on us. On stage they weave a blend of live acoustic music and harmony with Dennis on guitar and Leslie on bass. McKay Project brings a mix of blues and country to southern gospel music while staying true to the traditional style that so many have come to love.

In 2013, Millennium Music Group released the single, “Barstool To A Church Pew” which went to #44 on the CVM Country Gospel chart and their song “Daddy, The Preacher Man” stayed in the CVM Country Gospel chart for several months. 2014 marked the release of their second project called “In Step” which is a collection of old familiar gospel songs and hymns as well as a few originals written by Dennis and Leslie.

Dennis and Leslie currently have a new song that has been released to radio called, "Still, I Believe". It is one of the featured songs on this page.

Our music is available on ITunes and CD Baby.

In 2014, they were nominated for the CVM Duo of the Year and ICGMA Duo of the Year. In 2015, they were nominated as one of the Top 5 in the ICGMA categories for Duo of the Year and Band of the Year. Dennis was also nominated in the category of Producer of the Year. God has been good and continues to bless their ministry!

For more information or to book McKay Project:
McKay Project
Dennis & Leslie McKay
Phone or Text: (662) 889.2829
Music is available for purchase on ITunes & CD Baby

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