Maxie Kinney Music

Maxie Kinney Music

Maxie Kinney is a singer/songwriter/guitarist who has been writing and singing songs since she was a young girl. With hundreds of songs and years of experience navigating the music industry high and low, here are her songs as hidden gems online. Enjoy and visit Maxie's website to learn more and follow: https://www.maxiekinney.com/

Episodes

April 24, 2022 3 min
Finishing off Volume 2 of Maxie Kinney's Music Collection, "Step By Step" is the perfect song to culminate this heartfelt journey with the country-folk Americana feel that rings true to her heart. Giving credit and glory to Jesus Christ for making a way for us and setting us free, Inge Goodson puts wonderful words on a lovely melody created by Maxie Kinney -- this talented musical duo work together to create this classi...
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This is an interesting story Maxie tells us through song, based on the inspiration of her great-grandfather who lived in Mississippi and happened to be a gambler; he died of tuberculosis; Maxie explains "What I knew of his story I wanted to put in a song."
With some interesting details filled in and changed, "Gambling for Gold" tells a tale of Americana, the Old West variety, with guns a-blazing, gambling, and gold -...
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March 19, 2022 2 min
The early 90s was a prolific time of creativity for Maxie and her sister Inge Goodson, as this was when the dynamic musical pair was living in Tennessee and pitching their songs to producers in hopes of catching their ears to promote the next big hit. The unique and catchy tune Captain Hook tickled many ears and had some bites, yet never did get the big bite it deserved. The good part is the tune is preserved as it was intended, a ...
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February 12, 2022 3 min
The theme of coming home continues, as Maxie shares another classic song from the 90s that happens to relate well to the trucker's protest in Canada and around the world. While truckers and freedom lovers around the world are currently fighting for the rights of regular citizens from tyrannical rulers, they also want to say "I'm Coming Home" to their communities and loved ones when their protest is over and their ca...
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January 10, 2022 4 min
If you are looking for a great love song from the 90s, you can't go wrong with "Forever You and I" written by Maxie in 1992. This smooth love song blends the country and pop sounds of the 80s and 90s into an uplifting song that will make your heart leap and face smile. The talented Spike Jones sang and produced this duet with Maxie, which happened to be the favorite song of her mom, the late Maxine Bex. The picture was ...
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December 25, 2021 2 min
Writing songs since she was a child, Maxie has worked to perfect her skills to create special songs like this that speak to the heart and express those inner feelings so hard to articulate. Maxie wrote this song early in her songwriting career in the 80s; the talented Jim Sales sang and produced it in the early 90s. The fitting artwork was created by Maxie.
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In a world of superficial influences, "words of wisdom are more precious than gold"; that is part of the message in this meaningful song, as the listener is asked to slow down from the bustle of modern life and grab hold of those valuable things in our lives we may be taking for granted. Maxie wrote this song in the early 90s while going through the nice one-horse town of Shaniko, Oregon. The talented Jimmy Crokett sang and...
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November 21, 2021 2 min
"...and I'm proud of who I am and what I do", sang the guitar picken man in the song written by Maxie and sang/produced by her bandmate and electric guitar extraordinaire Bill Kinney in the 90s. Maxie sings backup vocals to Bill's characteristically unique lead in this kickback tune that gives us a little levity to live and dream while always centering on those valuable things that keep us going, like the lyrics ...
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Here is another downhome country favorite written by Maxie Kinney as she reflects through a beautiful oldtime melody and heartfelt lyrics about appreciating the truly good things in life, asking the listener to not take for granted the blessings out our own back doors. Maxie expains: "Dale Burie sang and produced this for me I met him at the Broken Spoke in Nashville what a great guy too. Forget also all the wonderful people I ...
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September 13, 2021 3 min
Here is a powerful song that tempts the listener to shed a tear, as it touches on the sad goodbyes we all have to face in this temporary existence to those we love; this uplifting song also touches on trusting in Jesus when He calls us home and how important it is to love our family and friends like there is no guarantee of tomorrow.
Maxie wrote this song after experiencing her own mother passing away in 1999, Maxine Bex; Maxie was...
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August 28, 2021 2 min
Here is a catchy boogie tune Maxie wrote and played in the late 80s, early 90s timeframe describing when she found a nice guy to love; her sister and music partner Inge Goodson once again is lending her talented voice and country gusto to the task as Maxie sings perfected harmony to a production done by the dazzling Spike Jones. The picture is one of Maxie and her nice guy Bill Kinney, her second husband, bandmate, and electric gui...
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The journey of an artist is a unique path of ups and downs, questions and answers, expressed through art. In this case, Maxie writes a song about missing her home state of Oregon, specifically Central and Eastern Oregon. Her music journey took her all the way to Nashville, Tennessee, in part to write this song, which ended up being a prelude to a future move back to Oregon years later.

In this heartfelt song from the early 90s, Max...
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Written around 2005 from the roof of her humble abode in rural, high desert Eastern Oregon where the coyotes are known to howl, Maxie gives us another great western tune about nature, memories, and remembering those we love. Maxie's sister and music partner Inge is singing lead with Maxie singing harmony. Visit her website to learn more: https://www.maxiekinney.com/
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February 28, 2021 3 min
Here is an upbeat and catchy love song written by Maxie with her singing lead and her sister Inge Goodson singing back up, as they perform at their best in one of the coolest 80/90s rock songs ever. This is a Spike Jones production with enough electric guitar rifts to satisfy guitar enthusiasts and rockers alike.
To learn more visit Maxie's website: https://www.maxiekinney.com/2021/02/i-felt-your-love-album-vol-1.html
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February 6, 2021 4 min
Here's another classic song written by Maxie, describing what a lot of people can relate to being, "a little bit of country and a little bit of rock and roll." Maxie is at her best here on lead vocals while her closest music partner and sister Inge Goodson is singing backup in a song that will take you back to the 80s and 90s -- the good old days. The picture is one taken in Eastern Oregon by Maxie's daughter-in-law...
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January 28, 2021 3 min
Here is another classic song written by Maxie around 1980 about a friend of hers. Lead vocals are performed by her sister and music partner Inge Goodson, harmony by Maxie. This has been one of the most popular songs on her ReverbNation page and it's easy to see why; great melody combined with powerful lyrics performed by talented artists. The creative Spike Jones produced the song and it was recorded in the early 90s.
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January 23, 2021 2 min
Here is a sincere song Maxie wrote and sang "quite a while ago" about her faith in Jesus, enjoy. The picture is one she took near Summer Lake, OR. Visit her website to learn more https://www.maxiekinney.com/
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A more contemporary song by Maxie, written and recorded around 4 years ago. This is a heartfelt song expressing her love for Jesus and the hard roads we've traveled on our path to knowing and appreciating our loving God. The picture is one she took of the Prineville area in Central Oregon around that time.
To learn more about this artist, visit her website: https://www.maxiekinney.com/
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January 23, 2021 3 min
"I figure all my songs are who I am maybe it will reach certain people and help them." - Maxie. Broken Girl is a song written by Maxie Kinney around a decade ago (2010) expressing the hard to explain journeys and feelings we go through in life; she sings and plays the guitar with a heart to encourage and help those who listen. Visit her website to learn more and stay in touch: https://www.maxiekinney.com/
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Original song by Maxie Kinney with vocal harmony by her sister Inge Goodson. Written in the late 80s early 90s time frame. The art work in the picture was created by Inge Goodson depicting her beloved sister and music partner Maxie. Learn more at her website https://www.maxiekinney.com/
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