2022 - Appeared in an episode of "Georgia Outdoors" on Georgia Public Broadcasting - "Sing to Nature"
with Sharon Collins.
2022 - Nominated for Independent Blues Music Award for Female Artist
2022 - THE TRIO SESSIONS nominated for Independent Blues Music Award for Contemporary CD
2022 - Nominated for Blues Foundation's Blues Music Award for Traditional Female Artist
2022 - THE TRIO SESSIONS nominated for Blues Foundation's Blues Music Award for Acoustic Album
2021 - THE TRIO SESSIONS #37 on the Top 40 Blues Albums Living Blues Chart for 2021,
#45 on the Roots Music Report's Top 50 Contemporary Blues Album Chart for 2021,
#99 on the Roots Music Report's Top 100 Blues Album Chart for 2021
2021 - Nominated for Blues Blast Award for Female Artist
2021 - THE TRIO SESSIONS nominated for Blues Blast Award for Acoustic Album
2021 -"Evil" from THE TRIO SESSIONS debuted at #2 on the Roots Music Acoustic Blues Song Chart , "Burned" debuted at #36 and "Come on in My Kitchen" debuted at #37 on the Roots Music Report
2021 - THE TRIO SESSIONS debuted at #9 on the Living Blues radio chart, at #14 on the Root Music Report for Contemporary Blues Album, and at #20 on the Australian International Blues and Roots chart
2020 - Published "Things I've Learned from a Goat", Kight's first children's book with pictures and life lessons from her pet goats
2018 - Placed 5 songs in "Collar," a film starring Tom Sizemore, Rebecca DeMornay, Richard Roundtree, and David Patrick Wilson, available on Amazon Prime
2017 - Original song "Comin' Down with the Blues" aired on NBC's "Chicago P.D."
2016 - Nominated for Independent Blues Award for Best Independent Female Blues Artist
2016 - Original songs "Happy with the One I Got Now" and "That's How a Woman Loves" recorded by Shaun Murphy on her "It Won't Stop Raining" album
2015 - Blues Music Awards nomination - the Koko Taylor Award (formerly called the Traditional Female Artist Award)
2015 - Original song "Comin' Down with the Blues" aired on the El Ray Network's "Dusk Till Dawn"
2015 - Performed at Tribute to BB King at City Winery Nashville with Claudette King, Lee Roy Parnell, T. Graham Brown, Mike Farris, Stacy Mitchhart, Gale Mayes-Stuart, James Montgomery, Cara Lippman
2014 - Named one of Top 5 Best Blues Artists on AXS.com
2014 - A NEW DAY album on the Top 10 Albums on Blues Bytes
2014 - A NEW DAY album on the Roots Music Report’s Top 100 Blues Album Chart
2014 - Special guests on A NEW DAY album include Randall Bramblett, Tommy Talton, Paul Hornsby, and Greg Nagy
2014 - Original song "Blue Dawn" aired on ABC Family's "The Fosters"
2014 - Seven original songs recorded by Lisa Biales on her BELLE OF THE BLUES album, which was nominated for a 2014 Blues Blast Award for Acoustic Album of the Year. Kight also produced this album.
2013 - Georgia Music Legend Award recipient - Presented by Alan Walden, Capricorn Records
2013 - Original song "No Time for the Blues" recorded by Ann Rabson and Bob Margolin on their NOT ALONE album, which won the Blues Music Award for Acoustic Album of the Year
2013 - Original song "Let the Blues Move You" aired on Nick at Nite's "Glenn Martin DDS"
2013 - Original photograph licensed for cover of James Nuttall's novel about Robert Johnson
2012 - Blues Blast Awards nominations - Female Artist, and Song Of The Year for “That’s How A Woman Loves” - writer/performer EG Kight
2012 - Original song "Let the Healing Begin" recorded by Dorothy Moore on her BLUES HEART album, which was nominated for a Blues Music Award for Soul Blues Album of the year
2012 - Three original songs recorded by Lisa Biales on her JUST LIKE HONEY album, which climbed to #1 on the Roots Chart. Kight also produced this album.
2012 - Original song "Bad Girl" recorded by Canadian artist Shakura S’Aida on her TIME album, which landed at #1 on the Canadian Roots chart
2011 - Opened two shows for BB King - Atlanta and Macon, GA
2010 - Appeared on "A Prairie Home Companion," and one of her original songs from that performance aired later on their "Listener's Choice" program
2009 - Original songs "Somebody's Gotta Give," "The Bad Times" and "Travelin' at the Speed of Love," recorded by Saffire - The Uppity Blues Women's on their HAVIN' THE LAST WORD album, which was nominated for the 31st Blues Music Awards Acoustic Album of the Year
2009 - “Through The Eyes of a Child” garnered the People’s Choice Award in the International Peace Song Challenge
2008 - Taped performance of original song “Through The Eyes of a Child” aired again on the Children's Miracle Network
2008 - BluesWax nominations - Artist of the Year, and Album of the Year for IT'S HOT IN HERE
2008 - Original song "Mighty Good Man" included in "Hot Flash" documentary about Saffire-The Uppity Blues Women
2008 - Special guests on IT'S HOT IN HERE album include Bob Margolin, Alabama Music Hall of Famer Paul Hornsby, and Sean Farley
2007 - Original song "Bad Rooster" recorded by Koko Taylor on her Grammy-nominated OLD SCHOOL album
2007 - Blues Music Awards nomination - Contemporary Female Artist of the Year
2007 - Performed original song “Through The Eyes of a Child” live on the Children's Miracle Network
2005 - W.C. Handy Blues Awards nominations -- Song of the Year for "Nothin' Ever Hurt Me"- writer/performer EG Kight, Contemporary Female Artist of the Year
2005 - Original songs "Just One More" and "It Takes a Mighty Good Man" recorded by Reba Russell on her BROKE DOWN BUT NOT OUT album
2004 - W.C. Handy Blues Awards nominations - Best New Artist Debut, Song of the Year for "Southern Comfort" - writers EG Kight/Tom Horner, performer EG Kight, Contemporary Female Artist of the Year
2003 - Special guests on SOUTHERN COMFORT album include Lee Roy Parnell, Chuck Leavell, and Paul Hornsby
2003 - Recording of original song "Sad, Sad Sunday," selected by a panel of retailers, included with recordings by Muddy Waters, Howlin Wolf, Blind Boys of Alabama, W.C. Clark, Koko Taylor, etc. on NARM compilation GET THE BLUES 2, which maintained Billboard Chart position for over a year
2002 - Invited by the family to sing at unveiling of Otis Redding statue in Macon, GA
2001 - Recording of original song "Let the Healing Begin," selected by a panel of retailers, included with recordings by Delbert McClinton, R.L. Burnside, Walter Trout, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Koko Taylor, etc. on NARM compilation GET THE BLUES, which maintained Billboard Chart position for over a year
2001 - Original songs "It Takes a Mighty Good Man," "Nobody Ever Touched Me There," and "Unlove You" recorded by Saffire - The Uppity Blues Women on their AIN'T GONNA HUSH album
2000 - Original song "Fuel To Burn" recorded by Koko Taylor on her Grammy-nominated ROYAL BLUE album
2000 - Special guests on TROUBLE album include Koko Taylor, Kim Forrester, and Chris Hicks
1999 - Two original songs included on A CELEBRATION OF JAZZ AND BLUES FROM THE BILTMORE ESTATE WINERY compilation
1997 - Releases first blues album - "Come Into the Blues"