Max Flinn, Houston native, fell in love with Texas country music in Junior High. He's performed on some of Texas' biggest stages and opened for his heroes. He averages over 200 shows per year. He has devoted his life to music and the hard work is paying off.
In 2019, Max signed his first publishing deal with Three Hounds Music and now makes frequent trips to Nashville to co-write with other songwriters. He has released an EP and 4 singles and plans to release a new album in 2020. Although he loves writing and recording, his greatest passion will always be performing.
David Garrick of the Houston Press writes, "Most new country sounds like bland pop made by a room full of producers. That's not the case with Houston's Max Flinn, as his sound is fresh and new, but familiar at the same time. Flinn has the kind of voice that's similar to those over-produced acts, but his music is so sincere and heartfelt, that you immediately see him as so much more than those Nashville stereotypes".
Houston Press Album Review-
KHOU Channel 11 (As big as the storm release) - http://www.khou.com/weather/harvey/houston-country-singer-debuts-song-for-hurricane-
Culturemap (hurricane Harvey benefit)
Houston chronicle (album release) - http://www.chron.com/entertainment/music/article/New-albums-keep-Houston-on-the-right-track-10850168.php#photo-12171651
//Houston// House of Blues, The Rustic, Heights Theatre, Redneck Country Club, Armadillo Palace, Rockefellers, Goodnight Charlie's, Houston Rodeo Championship Wine Garden, Discovery Green for Super Bowl Live, Red Brick Tavern, Dosey Doe
//Austin// Ginny’s Little Longhorn Saloon, Saxon Pub, Geraldines
//Dallas// Adair’s Saloon
//NASHVILLE// Bluebird Cafe, ACME Feed + Seed, Whiskey Jam
//New Mexico// //montana// //colorado//
Cory Morrow, Micky & The Motorcars, Dale Watson, Bill Kirchen, Hal Ketchum, Mike and The Moonpies, Kensie Coppin, Prophets and Outlaws, Eli Young Band, Ryan Bingham