Kim Tsoy

Kim Tsoy

A slender and handsome Korean/American, standing at 6’3” playing guitar and singing since age 11 has had quite a career. He has toured all over the Northeast, performed at the world famous Luau Hut on Capitol Hill, in Washington, D.C., Freeport, Grand Bahamas, is still performing to raving crowds in Central Florida.

He has been written up in Cashbox Magazine, has had a feature story written about him in American Demographics Magazine, and many local articles about him wherever he performed.

He is the first artist of Asian heritage to have 5 nationally charted country hits on the Independent Country Charts, 3 going to the top 20’s, 2 going to the top 10 and several on the top 10 charts in Europe. Also a Top 100 in Cashbox Magazine.

Showing off his multi-talents, he is the first Asian/American artist to have performed at both the Howard Theater in Washington, D.C. and the Grand Old Opry at the Gaylord Palms in Nashville, Tennessee.

He probably is the first unknown artist to have had the American Flag flown in his honor over the Capitol of the United States for his constant dedication in his musical performances directed to the Veterans and all the men and women who are serving in the Armed Forces of the U,S,A,.