Cheyenne are a duo made up of Ky and Angie Rivers. They began playing the UK country scene in 2009 after previously working in the Canary Islands and Spain for six years. They signed with Chelsea Artistes and quickly became established as one of the top duos.
The duo plays country music and line dance clubs around the country from Scotland to Cornwall, as well as many festivals and weekend events. Their show includes everything from traditional classics to modern greats and contemporary hits and the latest line dance favourites.
Cheyenne's album reflects the different styles featured in their live shows. It includes classics "Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain" and "Today I Started Loving You Again", popular line dance tracks including "We Owned The Night" and "Tomorrow", and modern classics like "Every Little Thing" and "Wink".
The album was recorded, mixed and mastered at UKCMM Studios in Nottinghamshire by Tony Dallas.
Cheyenne appeared on Sky TV's "The Phil Mack Show" in January 2012 and have been asked to produce some more videos for them. The duo are currently working on videos for two new songs. One is an original written by songwriter Frank Howe called "Snugga Luggin'". The other is an updated take on the old 1959 Jim Reeves classic "He'll Have To Go" which has been cleverly mixed with a version of the answer song released in 1960 by Jeanne Black called "He'll Have To Stay". This will be released to raise money for The MacMillan Charity. Both songs and videos will feature Henry Smith.
Cheyenne are also busy writing songs for their next album.