Following the success of his major label debut, Nothing Left To Lose, Kearney has returned with an evolved sound and a world of new experiences.
Kearney sprung onto the music scene in October 2004 with Bullet, his first national release and label debut on Inpop Records. Bullet spawned the hit song "Undeniable," which broke records on the Christian music scene. The record also won him a Dove Award for New Artist of the Year. In 2005, Kearney and Inpop Records inked a mainstram partnership with Aware/Columbia Records.
His second album, Nothing Left To Lose, has sold nearly 400,000 copies to date. Songs from the album have received prominent licensing placements on popular shows including Grey's Anatomy, Bones and Friday Night Lights. Kearney has toured with John Mayer, Sheryl Crow, The Fray, Jason Mraz and will head out on tour later this year with Keane.