“Jimmy,” a western swing track that, instead of existing in the vague, timeless place where many of these songs live, is firmly located in a post-Dylan world where a “Subterranean Homesick Blues”-like lyrical cascade can happen.”

-Alex Rawls- My Spilt Milk

“This is solid southern music routed in the songwriting traditions of Texas writers like Jerry Jeff Walker and Robert Earl Keen and the “get off your butt” dance rhythms of  Louisiana from names like Balfa and Doucet.”

-Brad Paul-  Brad Paul Media

Day Ain’t Done creates a home for multiple styles under the guidance of Kevin Sekhani as captain of the stories and songs. Southern swagger struts in to request “Walk Away from Me”, Cajun rhythms get poked by Country guitar riffs in “The Higher I Get”, and huffing hot Cajun accordions breaths celebrate five o’clock somewhere on the title track.
– Danny McCloskey – The Alternative Root



“Sekhani hits upon a joyously infectious blend of country twang and swampy groove.”

– Peter Blackstock- Austin 360. Co-Founder No Depression Magazine

 “Day Ain’t Done reflects the alternative country movement that has been brewing in live music for years. And while roots rock abounds in the Texas capital, few acts feature the fiddles and accordion the way Sekhani does. Along with them, there is a sense of place that proliferates through the record.”

-Nick Pittman- The Independent

“Whether spinning tales of sunburned roughnecks or heartsick losers in love, Louisiana singer/songwriter Kevin Sekhani makes the work look easy, and serves up his savvy song crafting in a tasty, regionally seasoned wrap.” ***** Stars

–  Duane Verh – Roots Rock Report

“Sekhani is not afraid to bend the rules of the genre to make the music appealing to the Saturday night bar crowd. He does a great job incorporating the best music of both Austin and Lafayette.”

– Calvin Powers – Americana Music Show

Hailing from Lafayette, LA but cutting his teeth in the Austin music scene, Kevin Sekhani fuses the styles of country, rock and roll, and back-porch jamming to
form a vivacious sound. His music has been featured
around the world and landed a top 5 position on
Americana charts in Europe.”

-The Independent Weekly

“This is one fine piece of pure American music – a mixture of country, bluegrass, zydeco with some damned masterful playing and catchy songs”

Rob Ross – Pop Dose

“Fans of Country, Bluegrass and Americana? Then Kevin Sekhani’s day Ain’t Done is the album you are currently looking for”

Freddy Celis – Rootstime. be Belgium

“This is truly great American music’

Jan Willem Bos – Delta Rhythm The Netherlands

“Kevin Sekhani Cajun singer songwriter and veteran Austin musician makes a rousing debut on New Orleans’ Louisiana Red Hot Records with this year’s Day Ain’t Done

Chris Gray- Houston Press

“If you like music that gets you dancing, this is an album you should add to your collection”

-Gary Schwind- AXS TV

“With a voice slight;y reminiscent of a young Steve Earle and solid songwriting, Day Ain’t Done is one of the best albums I have heard in years.”

-Adam Sheets- No Depression

“Kevin has always been an exceptional singer and Songwriter”

-Bill Carter- Songwriter (Caught in the Crossfire, Willie the Wimp – Stevie Ray Vaughn, Why Get Up – The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Robert Palmer)

“Oilfield Tan in my opinion is the best song written about the South Louisiana oilfield worker”

-Harris Rea – President of Louisiana Red Hot Records

“Sekhani’s alternative country gumbo of guitar, Dobro, fiddle, mandolin and more can hang with the best of them”

-Herman Fuselier – Music Writer

“Day Ain’t Done is a rich organic blend of alternative country styled Americana textured with fiddle, accordion and dobro that showcases Sekhani’s Louisiana roots both musically and lyrically”

-Cody Daigle – The Daily Advertiser

“like Steve Earle’s The Mountain, Mellencamp’s Rain On The Scarecrow and other songs in that vein, Oilfield Tan tells the story of a group of people who are often forgotten and neglected in the modern world and celebrates their lifestyle”

– No Depression

“Day Ain’t Done is dripping with moss, delivering you right to the levee at Henderson swamp, while Ballad of a Lonely Clown and Jimmy would feel at home on the Grand Ole Opry Stage”

– The Daily Advertiser